AFLW Star Tayla Harris defeated media personality Renee Gartner on Wednesday to remain unbeaten in six consecutive professional boxing fights

Women's AFL star Tayla Harris puts Renee Gartner's TV personality in her boxing debut – four months after the famous photo made her the face of the competition

  • Tayla Harris won a second-round technical knockout in Sydney on Wednesday
  • Harris's convincing win over Gartner improves her unbeaten record to 5-0-1
  • It comes four months after the photo of her kicking ball has put her in the spotlight
  • Image was uploaded to 7AFL's social media but had to deal with indecent sexual comments

AFLW Star Tayla Harris defeated media personality Renee Gartner on Wednesday to remain unbeaten in six consecutive professional boxing fights.

Harris scored a second-round technical knockout in Sydney to improve her record to 5-0-1, four months after a now-famous photo made her the woman's face.

It was Harris's first fight since the end of the AFLW season and the iconic image of her athletics that led some people to drag her online.

AFLW Star Tayla Harris defeated media personality Renee Gartner on Wednesday to remain unbeaten in six consecutive professional boxing fights

AFLW Star Tayla Harris defeated media personality Renee Gartner on Wednesday to remain unbeaten in six consecutive professional boxing fights

She showed ruthlessness in her second round attack to expand her undefeated professional boxing record to six fights on Wednesday.

Harris won the match on the undercard of Tim Tszyu-Dwight Ritchie's fight in Sydney.

& # 39; If someone is hit by a blow, you have to act on it and I saw an opportunity & # 39 ;, Harris said.

& # 39; Renee turned her back and continued. I used to notice a twist and thought & # 39; I will straighten it & # 39; but I have learned that boxing is not about that.

& # 39; If you give them a chance, they'll take it, so I didn't give her a chance. & # 39;

A number of Harris & # 39; s Carlton teammates flew to Sydney to watch the fight.

Harris scored a second-round technical knockout in Sydney to improve her record to 5-0-1, four months after a now-famous photo made her the face of the woman

Harris scored a second-round technical knockout in Sydney to improve her record to 5-0-1, four months after a now-famous photo made her the face of the woman

Harris scored a second-round technical knockout in Sydney to improve her record to 5-0-1, four months after a now-famous photo made her the face of the woman

It was Harris's first fight since the end of the AFLW season and the iconic image of her athletics that led some people to troll her online

It was Harris's first fight since the end of the AFLW season and the iconic image of her athletics that led some people to troll her online

It was Harris's first fight since the end of the AFLW season and the iconic image of her athletics that led some people to troll her online

She showed ruthlessness in her second round attack to expand her undefeated professional boxing record to six fights on Wednesday

She showed ruthlessness in her second round attack to expand her undefeated professional boxing record to six fights on Wednesday

She showed ruthlessness in her second round attack to expand her undefeated professional boxing record to six fights on Wednesday

The only blot on her record is a draw for the Australian middleweight title last year and she would seize the opportunity to win the national crown.

& # 39; I would love to be there. I am sure it will be there and I will take it as soon as it comes up, whenever it is, & she said.

Harris received national attention in March when a photo of her kicking a ball during a game was posted on the 7AFL Twitter page.

Harris received national attention in March when a photo of her kicking a ball (photo) was posted on a 7AFL Twitter page during a match

Harris received national attention in March when a photo of her kicking a ball (photo) was posted on a 7AFL Twitter page during a match

Harris received national attention in March when a photo of her kicking a ball (photo) was posted on a 7AFL Twitter page during a match

The photo of the Carlton star was initially posted on Tuesday at the 7AFL site, but sexual comments caused the site to take the photo down.

Indignant about that decision among AFL circles and leading female sportswomen saw that decision revised and the photo uploaded again.

Former Wallaby became writer Peter FitzSimons and sports journalist Neil Breen and later that month called for the image to become the permanent logo of AFLW.

A number of Harris & # 39; s Carlton teammates flew to Sydney to watch the fight on Wednesday

A number of Harris & # 39; s Carlton teammates flew to Sydney to watch the fight on Wednesday

A number of Harris & # 39; s Carlton teammates flew to Sydney to watch the fight on Wednesday

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