A Bit of a Complication
In the United Kingdom itself, women's boxing never had a warm welcome. There was an incident in 1997 that it was sanctioned because the very first official match was one between two very young thirteen-year-old kids. The contestants were deliberately pulled out of the supposed to be concluded match.
Going back to the beginnings of women's boxing in the United Kingdom, it was in the 1980s when a woman by the name of Sue Atkins pioneered the boxing spree. Again, no support was ever given to her but she tried her best to increase the awareness for the benefit of this women's sport. Jane Couch, on the other hand, got a fair treatment when she won the welterweight title and was given due recognition and license in 1996 by the Women's International Boxing Federation.
Nowadays though, the boxing match for women is being upheld considering the fact that several daughters of the greatest retired boxers have entered the scene.
Regardless, foxy boxing takes women's boxing into a different level. It may not be meant to actually arouse the men but it simply harnesses the kind of sexuality that women have.
Others may not approve of it but it shows in one way or another what women's God-given gifts are and that they can do something that is more adventurous despite the society's stereotyping.