Moment WWE superstar Carmella’s bra bursts open mid match but she manages to keep fighting and not flash a single fan
- Carmella, real name Leah Van Dale, carried on with the show Friday
- The 33-year-old lost the Louisville, Kentucky match to opponent Bianca Belair
- She’s been praised for keeping her composure despite the hiccup
- She signed with WWE in 2013 and joined the main roster in 2016
- The former Laker Girl is dubbed the ‘Princess of Staten Island’
Wrestling star Carmella kept on the fight, and her top, despite a wardrobe malfunction during a live match Friday.
The 33-year-old performer, whose real name is Leah Van Dale, continued to tussle with opponent Bianca Belair, even though her bra-like top snapped mid match, exposing her back.
Carmella strategized her moves carefully, putting Belair in a headlock with her legs while making sure not to bare her chest to the all-ages audience.
Carmella (left) tussled with opponent Bianca Belair despite the unfortunate incident
The WWE match took place Friday in Louisville, Kentucky in front of throngs of fans
The fight took place at a World Wrestling Entertainment live event in Louisville, Kentucky, according to wrestling news site NoDQ.com.
In video captured by an audience member, she appears to hold on to the front part of her top when the moves got dicey.
Belair ended up beating Carmella, but the wrestler got a fair share of praise for keeping calm and carrying on.
Leah Van Dale, 33, known as Carmella, joined the main WWE roster in 2016. Above, she waves at fans at the 14th Annual Tribute to the Troops event in Washington, DC on December 13, 2016
The wrestler teased her fans after her wardrobe malfunction Friday
‘Y’all wish……’ she tweeted the morning after the fight, alongside an emoji of a bikini.
Carmella is dubbed the ‘Princess of Staten Island’ by WWE.
She was a Laker Girl cheerleader for the Los Angeles NBA team during the 2010-2011 season, according to WWE.
Carmella got her fair share of praise for staying in the ring and keeping fans entertained
Soon after, she signed a contract with WWE in 2013, appearing in reality shows for the Orlando, Florida-based farm team NXT.
She was chosen to join the main roster at the 2016 WWE Draft to fill out SmackDown LIVE’s Women’s division.