Holly Sonders via Knockin' Doorz Down YouTube, screenshot

While porn addiction continues to skyrocket year after year, someone has decided to take two of the most addictive forms of entertainment – porn and sports – and actually create a porn-sports league. No, this isn’t lingerie football, this is the full-on stuff that probably popped into your mind when you saw the headline.

Holly Sonders via TMZ Sports YouTube, screenshot

Former model and sports broadcaster, Holly Sanders, is responsible for Exposed Sportz, a new “topless competitive league” according to TMZ Sports.

“So, I had this crazy idea — a great idea, actually — of getting everybody together and creating a sports league just to show off everybody’s talents … and it’s going to be topless!” said Sonders in her interview with TMZ. “I can’t believe nobody’s ever thought of this before.”

Let’s pump the breaks for a moment and really think about this. Can anyone really say we’re surprised that the world of sports has devolved into topless sports? We have social media influencers who are essentially average collegiate athletes and hobbyists (probably) making more money than truly talented professionals, simply because of their physical beauty.

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Paige Spiranac, Olivia Dunne, Rachel Stuhlmann, the Cavender Twins, Cameron Brink, that Australian racer who is literally doing porn, these are all examples of women who are genuinely talented, but let’s not pretend they got big online because they’re at the top of their respective fields. 99% of their content are photos and clips meant to keep you focused on their other “assets.”

I’m not slut-shaming in any way, I’m just pointing out that in a world where people are most likely to know sports influencers than professional athletes, where influencer boxers are making more money than actual, full-time professional boxers, and some college athletes are using their NIL deals to make astounding amounts of money while still in school, can anyone say its a far reach that eventually, someone would just jump the shark and combine porn with sports?

Nope, because now Sonders has filled that void and plans on giving people what they want, whether they’d say it or not. Money talks.

Source: Holly_Sonders on X

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“This is almost like Jackass, but with the sexiest women you’ve ever seen. So you’re going to be horny, and you’re gonna laugh and it’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen,” said Sonders. “I know what people want to see,” she continued. “I mean, I built my life on TV. So, I know what people are looking for and I know what entertainment value is — especially competition. After doing sports as many years as I did, this is just a new kind of sports kind of inspired by ‘Girls Gone Wild.'”

Sonders said she came up with the idea after discussing it with her fiancé, boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya.

Source: Holly_Sonders on X

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“A couple months ago I was sitting down with Oscar, scrolling through Instagram and I said ‘You know, I have the hottest girlfriends in the world.’ And we’re such a close-knit group, always showing each other support through social media for years now. We need to do something fun, we need to do a collab.’ And my background was sports,” Holly Sonders said in another interview with OutKick.

“I was on NBC and Fox Sports for 10 years, heavy into network broadcasting and competition. So I know what rates (well) and what people want to see. I thought, why don’t I start a sports league with the hottest women in the world?”

These “athletes” she recruited range from Instagram models, OnlyFans strippers, and literal pornstars.

Source: Holly_Sonders on X

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“We’ve done three shoots, May, June and July,” Holly said regarding the current roster. “We banked about 50 events so far with around 30 different women competing. This includes some of the most popular girls on the internet, plenty who you see on social media. These are household names as far as social media. (There’s also) women (competing) from the adult industry. These are women who know how to be sexy, they make a big living off of doing so and they know how to be on camera.”

What does it say to young, female athletes who want to be at the top of their game when all the attention and money goes to women, probably less talented, who are getting farther by basically devolving into a pornographic spectacle masquerading as a “sports?”

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and across social media.

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