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Evanie Bridges gave up everything for boxing — 'f–k you' if you don't like her outfit

Ebanie Bridges doesn't "care" about what everyone thinks of her. That her attitude of hers put her away quite a bit.

Boxing Her champion's unapologetic mindset, along with her weigh-in lingerie outfit, are the hallmarks of "Blonde Bomber." This is her name and personal brand in the ring, built behind a combination of beauty, humor and boxing.

To those who believe Bridges can't stand the scale in a bra top and G-string thong, the IBF bantamweight champion said: F–k gentlemen. I can both [be sexy and fight].Simple.

Bridges, 36, told the Post that she was "just getting started" in bringing her sexiness to the ring.

"I just proved it." Won the IBF Women's Bantamweight Championship.

"You think I can't fight because I can. I am the longest reigning world champion in my division."

At the time, Bridges stepped on the scale in green and white lace lingerie set with silver hoop earrings. In 10 years, I've gotten used to skimpy attire, and she was also a ring girl because she did.

"So to those who say you can't I just did it," Bridges said. "Welcome to the new world. Welcome to the 'Blonde Bomber effect.' Because more girls will appear. All the girls are coming out, making an effort, wearing lingerie and prettier themselves. Not to take it lightly, but to be rough, because f–k it.

Ebanie Bridges (left) during her win over Maria Cecilia Roman
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Ebanie Bridges during a weigh-in
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Born in Sydney, she left Australia last month to move to Essex, a county in the South East of England, where she now coaches. I train full time with Mark Tibbs. She turned professional just three years ago.

Bridges — Western She holds a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a Master's degree in Education from the University of Sydney — used to teach in secondary schools [from the middle school level to his school level] . She abandoned her entire life in Australia, including her students, her family and her longtime relationship, in an attempt to reach the pinnacle of her sport.

She called her decision to break up with her boyfriend "heartbreaking" and a "mutual decision."

"She was sick of having to go back to Australia," said Bridges, who signed with Matchroom last year. "Every time I went back to Australia it was blowing my momentum because it would be a fight and I would have to go back. I have a partner in Australia who I've been with for 10 years and I'm with him to move here. We had to break up, which was a pretty big sacrifice."

Ebanie Bridges before a March 2022 fight.
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Bridges got into the boxing bug as a ring girl in her early twenties. She trained in between her jobs and also practiced martial arts such as karate, where she holds a black belt. She earned the nickname "Blonde Bomber" at the gym and "it just stuck" throughout her fighting career.The name is a play on the name of her amateur coach.

Bridges won 26 of her 30 fights at the amateur level before turning pro in 2019. She faced Filipino fighter Mahietsuka Paleno in her pavilion at Hoedern in Sydney that February and won by majority vote.

But her road to the title wasn't easy. She's spent thousands of dollars ("easy 60, 70k") building her brand and sustaining her fighting career.

Mailys Gangloff (left) and Ebanie Bridges during their Sept. 4, 2021 fight.
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"In the first four games, 4.5 grand just to get the f-king fight. No promoter would pay," Bridges said. "We had no opponents coming from overseas, no promoters paying for their flights. Their lodging, meal allowances, visas...

"When I started three years ago, women in Australia Boxing wasn't that big, so nobody did that to me.Until recently, no one was interested in women's boxing." said he once paid "four grands in [Las Vegas]" to attend and watch fights in order to spread his name on the fight scene.

"You see, it's an investment, because you don't get a name in Australia, you need to be seen, you need to be known," she said. "How many female boxers do you know in Australia?"

Outside the ring, Bridges is no fan of socializing. Social To build a brand on her media—she boasts her 514,000 Instagram followers, plus her 149,000 her Twitter followers— I always enjoy talking to people.” That's why Bridges prefers to work on her own art when possible.

"I'm shutting down. I'm like, 'Don't talk to me. I'll lay you down and draw. Shut up,'" Bridges said.

The IBF recently mandated a bantamweight title bout between Bridges and her 39-year-old Australian veteran, "Shotgun" Shannon O'Connell, making her September 26 bout of the year a reality. Deadline for.

Ebanie Bridges (left) and Mailys Gangloff during their weigh-in.
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Ebanie Bridges on Aug. 6, 2021.
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O'Connell (23-6-1, 11 KOs) is on an eight-game winning streak, including four knockouts. Her most recent victory was a TKO over fellow Australian Sarah Higginson in Brisbane in June.

"I just want to be number one," Bridges said. "I want to win. I want to be a champion. I will remain a champion. Set a goal and do what it takes to reach that goal."

If you ask her. You know how she will react.