Ebanie Bridges has posted a throwback snap which displays she does not restrict her racy outfits to only her weigh-ins.
The Blonde Bomber has stuck the eye together with her pre-fight antics which see her rock as much as the top the scales in simply her undies. But again in August 2021 she additionally sported a distinct outfit for her assembly within the ring with Bec Connolly.
Bridges wore fishnet stockings for the bout which happened at promoter Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Headquarters. While a few of the ones observing on can have been distracted, the Australian was once totally targeted at the job to hand.
She stopped Brit Connolly within the 3rd spherical to safe the 3rd knockout win of her profession. And it is all been up for her since then, having since beat Mailys Gangloff closing September and María Cecilia Roman in March.
Her newest victory noticed her topped the brand new IBF bantamweight global champion, however she has been not able to protect her name but because of damage. Four consecutive fights in England have noticed her inventory upward thrust significantly.
Now 8-1, Bridges is decided to end up her haters, who declare she is simplest gaining traction because of her appears to be like, flawed when she returns to the hoop. Speaking to SAS Who Dares Wins presenter Ollie Ollerton on his new BreakPoint podcast, she mentioned: “I’ve sacrificed my home, I’ve moved countries, I’ve given up a lot of stuff at home to get where I am, it is hard work.
“For me it was once a bit of of a f*** you guys, and that’s the reason what I mentioned in my post-fight interview. I used to be like, ‘can I f***ing combat or what? I didn’t get right here on t**s and a**e. Just as a result of I weigh-in in undies and simply because I’m beautiful and I’m female doesn’t imply I will be able to’t combat.
“I get judged a lot because of my looks, I don’t look like the typical boxer. I am different, I choose to be myself, and I choose to show my hard work in my body and to be feminine.
“I don’t think there’s a problem with mixing femininity with sport. There seems to be a problem, you’re not allowed to be good at sport and be feminine; you have to be butch and be like a boy because that’s what athletes do. I’m trying to break that stereotype.”