Pearl Gonzalez is one of the most attractive female mixed martial artists out there so it was no surprise that Gonzalez swapped UFC for Invicta at the end of her run in 2020.
Gonzalez also competed in Bare knuckle boxing but had distanced herself from the sport ultimately.
She recently surprised her fans by delivering an audition video for Powerslap. It is the “new premier slap organization” headed by Dana White.
Gonzalez may be seen hitting White’s producer Gary DeFranco in the TikTok video. Gonzalez smacked the guy as hard as she could without holding back.
The video was captioned: “Hey @danawhite, here is my audition for @powerslap.. I will be your first ever women’s Slap champion!! Thanks to your producer @gary_defranco147 for letting me slap the shihhh outta him! #slap #powerslap #LFG”
It would be interesting to see whether Gonzalez decides to join Powerslap permanently. She will most likely be taking part in the controversial competition if the audition is any indication.
Due to the significant health dangers associated with powerslap, which include catastrophic brain damage, the sport has a large number of critics who want it to be discontinued.
Gonzalez joined onlyfans earlier this year and is clearly aiming for an easy payday. That being said, her attempt to join Slap League might not be as lucrative as she believes considering TUF veteran Eric Spicely was offered just $2000 to get knocked out on national television.
Slap League is reportedly working toward a PPV – which is hard to imagine considering the amount of bad publicity the show has gotten.
UFC fans are especially irked at Dana White for lack of promotion for UFC 284, while Power slap content dominates all of UFC’s social media channels and even youtube.
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