Ebanie Bridges Family and Parents – Ebanie Bridges is an Australian professional boxer who has held the ANBF Australasian know all about her in this Blog.
Ebanie Bridges Wiki
|Birthdate||22 September 1986|
|Age (as of 2022)||35 years|
|Place of Birth||New South Wales, Australia|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Mother||Name not Known|
|Father||Name not Known|
|Education||Western Sydney University|
Ebanie Bridges is an Australian professional boxer who has held the ANBF Australasian female super-bantamweight title since 2020.As an amateur, Bridges competed in the women’s bantamweight event at the 2016 and 2017 Australasian Golden Gloves, respectively, where she won gold.She has been nicknamed as the ‘Blonde Bomber’ due to her hair colour and her coach Arnel “Bomber” Barotillo.
Ebanie Bridges Family, Parents
Bridges was born on 22 September 1986 and grew up in the Toongabbie suburb of Greater Western Sydney — the youngest child of three.She is the younger of twins by six minutes, and the only girl in her family.At the age of five, Bridges’s parents introduced her to Karate — in which she competed until thirteen years of age.
Shortly after, she trained in Kickboxing and Muay Thai at secondary school.She later found competitive bodybuilding — under the tutelage of Arina Manta – in which she competed for eight years and won numerous regional and state titles.
She spoke of her teenage years being tough, though with her parents’ help she overcame the difficulties: ‘At 18, I decided I need to change my life.’When growing up, Bridges admired Kostya Tszyu, Anthony Mundine, Oscar De La Hoya, and Roy Jones Jr.Bridges earned a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics with a minor in Physical Education at Western Sydney University, followed by a Master’s degree in Teaching, during which she graduated at the top of her class.Bridges also speaks five languages including Portuguese and Spanish.
Ebanie Bridges Husband, Is Ebanie Bridges Married
Ebanie Bridges is not Married yet.The identity of Ebanie Bridges’ partners has not been revealed. She prefers to keep her personal life private, and she hasn’t revealed any information about her relationship on social media. She is not married, but the fact that her boyfriend is so supportive of her in every manner suggests that they are in a genuine relationship that can continue as a married pair.
Ebanie Bridges Net Worth
Ebanie Bridges is an Australian professional boxer has an eststimated Net Worth around $2 Million in 2022.
Ebanie Bridges Age And Height
Ebanie Bridges age is going 35th years this September. She was born on 22nd Sep 1986.Ebanie stands 5ft 2 inch tall. She weighs 52 kg. She has a distinct body type with excellent height and body measurements. Her body weight is appropriate for her height.
On 24 November 2018, Bridges was scheduled to take on Thai fighter Rungnapha Kaewrachang in a bantamweight contest at the Wollongong Fraternity Club, however, the fight was cancelled due to Kaewrachang experiencing fighting clearance issues.Bridges instead fought Bianca Elmir in an exhibition fight, though it was not recognised as a professional bout. Bridges made her professional debut on 8 February 2019 at the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney, on the undercard of Tim Tszyu vs.
Denton Vassell against Filipino fighter Mahiecka Pareno (2–1–0),who Bridges defeated via majority decision, while having to get up from the canvas after Pareno dropped her in the first-round.During her fight with Pareno, it was later revealed that Bridges had broken her ankle but continued to carry on.
On 12 October 2019, Bridges fought Laura Woods, who Bridges defeated via TKO in the third-round, and then in the following month had defeated Kanittha Ninthim via second-round TKO.In February 2020, Bridges signed a promotional contract with Split-T Management.
She made her US debut on 8 February 2020, winning a six-round unanimous decision against Crystal Hoy at the Hammond Civic Center in Hammond, Indiana,with judges Jerry Jakubco, Nathan Palmer, and Skylar Slay scoring the fight 60–54 in favour of Bridges.
In November 2020, after her defeat of Jorgelina Guanini, Rachel Ball had made her intentions known to face Bridges for the vacant WBA bantamweight title she had initially hoped to contest against Guanini.On 13 March 2021, Bridges faced Carol Earl for the vacant Australian National Boxing Federation super-bantamweight title at Bankstown City Paceway in Sydney,in which Bridges secured a unanimous decision with Ian Batty, Wayne Douglas and Kevin Hogan scoring the fight 80–72, 80–72 and 79–73 in favour for Bridges.
On 14 March, it was confirmed that Bridges would face Shannon Courtenay in a world bantamweight title showdown, for the vacant WBA female bantamweight title,on the undercard of Conor Benn’s defence his WBA Continental title against Samuel Vargas at the Copper Box Arena on 10 April.Courtenay had initially been hoped to fight Rachel Ball, however, with Ball recovering from coronavirus, Bridges had stepped in as a late replacement.