Glamorous female boxer stuns in 'skimpiest weigh-in outfit ever' and gets Ebanie Bridges' nod of approval | The Sun

MEXICAN fighter Sulem Urbina stunned in a skimpy bikini at her weigh-in – drawing praise from Aussie fighter Ebanie Bridges.

Urbina, 32, fought Indeya Smith last week in New York in her first fight in the Big Apple.


But beforehand, she wowed fighting fans with her stunning physique.

Jumping onto the scales in a daring outfight, she flexed her muscles with two cut-outs covering her modesty.

Urbina later shared pictures and a video of the occasion to her followers on Instagram.

Many praised her for showing off her amazing curves.

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And that included the Blonde Bomber, who herself is no stranger to wearing risque lingerie at her weigh-ins, and recently joined OnlyFans.

She wrote several fire emojis before commenting "love thisss" on the shared clip.

At last week's Boxing Insider’s Holiday Fight Night card at Sony Hall in Time’s Square, Urbina squared up against Indeya Smith.

However, it wasn't quite the fairytale of New York that the Phoenix-based fighter wanted.

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After eight rounds, the judges rightly called the bout in Smith's favour.

But nothing should be taken away from Urbina.

She has climbed up the bantamweight ranks through the years – doing things the hard way.

Urbina grew up in Arizona as an undocumented immigrant, before realising her boxing dreams.

"When I was a kid I remember watching fights all over the world and it was only a dream for me to do that because I was undocumented as a child," she said.

"Now that I'm living the dream of being able to travel all over the world and fight, I feel extremely blessed."



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