James DeGale celebrates retirement with stunning bikini-clad twerking babes on luxury yacht


JAMES DEGALE threw a massive boat party on a luxury yacht filled with stunning bikini-clad twerking babes to celebrate his retirement from boxing this week.

The 33-year-old, who was beaten by Chris Eubank Jnr in his final professional fight in February, cut a thoroughly relaxed figure as he documented the bash on Instagram.

James DeGale enjoyed a retirement party on a yacht
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The former boxer was surrounded by a series of bikini-clad twerking women
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DeGale documented the bash on his Instagram
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The former boxer appeared in a much better mood than he had been at the 02 a month prior as he captioned one of the videos: “Retirement party is mad”.

DeGale was put down twice on the way to a devastating points defeat that led the Hammersmith star to retire exactly ten years to the day he made his pro debut.

“Chunky”, who won Olympic gold at the Beijing Games in 2008, released an emotional statement confirming his decision on social media.

He wrote: “Today marks 10 years since my professional debut fight on February 28, 2009 and today is the day I am announcing my retirement from boxing.

DeGale was emotional as he hung up his gloves last month
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One women covered her bottom with a white sheet as she twerks at DeGale’s party
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“It’s been an unbelievable journey and I’ve had an amazing decade – if I’m honest, the best years of my life.”

DeGale rose to prominence after winning his first world title belt in the United States in 2015 against Andre Dirrell before defending it three times across the Atlantic.

He added: “It’s hard to admit that I’m not the fighter I once was, but I’m human and along the way, my injuries have taken a toll – both on my mind and body and these things have contributed to my performance in the ring.

“I lost the fight on Saturday at the O2 but I’m touched to have a good send-off from the fans in my home city.

“I’m proud to say that I’ve made history as the first ever British Olympian boxer to turn professional and to win a world title.

“And I am also proud to have been a road warrior – to travel wherever I needed to be to fight and win. There’s nothing left to prove.”

DeGale finishes his professional career with 25 wins, three defeats and one draw.

DeGale has called time on his boxing career at the age of 33
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He was defeated by Chris Eubank Jr in a career-ending fight



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