Holly Sonders, the founder of the anticipated sports league, Xposed Sportz, has recently encountered a hurdle in the form of a Twitter ban, which she believes only solidifies the “steaming appeal” of her upcoming venture. Sonders, a former Fox Sports and the Golf Channel presenter aims to kickstart the league’s activities in the upcoming spring season.
HUnveiling Xposed Sportz: A Blend of Glamour and Competition
The central concept behind Xposed Sportz is to organize competitive events featuring Instagram models and OnlyFans creators, all participating in various sports wearing minimalistic sports outfits. The league intends to include games like basketball, tennis, and bowling. Additionally, the platform will cater to the recent influencer boxing trend, offering content creators a new and unique way to showcase their talents.
However, Twitter’s decision to temporarily disable the league’s account could damper the league’s successful debut. Sonders, undeterred, responded to the incident by sharing a screenshot of the disabled account, accompanied by a defiant message on her Twitter profile.
In her post, Sonders hinted at wives reporting the Xposed Sportz account, leading to its current suspension, which she sarcastically expressed as “LMAO”. “This won’t stop your husbands from watching. With explicit pornography available on Twitter, why are WE banned? This only testifies to how sizzling this league will be. I LOVE IT,” she added.
Before the ban, the Xposed Sportz page had amassed around 3,000 followers; among them were Sonders and her partner, Oscar De La Hoya, the famous former boxer turned promoter. The duo has been in a relationship since 2021.