Tai Emery Set for Second BKFC Appearance Following Viral Moment in Promotional Debut

Tai Emery became an instant viral sensation following her revealing celebration at BKFC Thailand 3 in September

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Tai Emery will return to the BKFC squared circle on December 10th following her first-round knockout of Rung-Arun Khunchai in September. 

Of course, the knockout was not the topic of conversation following Emery’s big BKFC debut. It was her victory celebration that included flashing the crowd her bare breasts in a moment that immediately went viral. Since then, Emery has seen her social media numbers explode and revealed that her life had changed quite a bit thanks to bearing her assets to the world.

“Life has definitely taken a turn just by me being my crazy little self,” Emery told MMA Junkie. “Honestly, it’s been super positive. Everybody feels super liberated by such an act. Hashtags like ‘rebel’ and ‘free,’ and I think that’s really cool. Just by doing something that’s really at the end of the day so silly, if it’s making people feel that positive vibe, then yeah, roll with it.” 

Tai Emery Plans to Give Fans Another Viral Moment on December 10th

Tai Emery makes her return at BKFC Thailand 4 against debutant Po Denman. The bout will be contested in the women’s flyweight division in Spaceplus, Bangkok on December 10th. Fans eager to see what Emery will do next can watch the event live on the BKFC App for a $4.99 monthly subscription charge.

“It’s time to do whatever I want. I earned it,” Emery said. “So, if I want to flash my tits again, people, I’m going to do whatever I want. … One hundred percent I’m probably going to do something even stupider. That’s the whole point of this. Like I said, in that moment I get to KO someone like, knock them out, I get to own that point of time for myself.”

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Following the viral moment, BKFC’s Asia CEO Nick Chapman found himself in hot water with BKFC founder Dave Feldman along with the Thai Sports Authority. Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship was forced to make a formal apology and pay a fine. The amount of the fine was not disclosed, but Chapman confirmed that he would gladly pay it again should Tai Emery feel inclined to celebrate in her own unique way on December 10th.

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