'I can f***ing fight and I can look hot' – Ebanie Bridges in X-rated blast after lingerie-wearing boxer wins world title

EBANIE BRIDGES exploded into an X-rated blast at her haters, declaring: "I can f***ing fight and I can look hot."

The lingerie-wearing Australian boxer, 35, dominated Argentine Maria Cecilia Roman on the Josh Warrington undercard in Leeds on Saturday night.


With the unanimous decision win, the maths teacher and former ring girl secured the IBF female bantamweight belt – claiming a world title in just her ninth pro fight as Leeds trio Luke Ayling, Liam Cooper and Kalvin Phillips cheered her on.

And the Blonde Bomber – who wears skimpy underwear outfits for weigh-ins – was quick to hit out at the critics who questioned her.

Bridges ranted: "I would like to say, 'Can I f****** fight or not?'

"F*** you guys who think I can't fight.

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"I can f***ing fight. I can box, I can fight, and I can look hot on the scales so hopefully I've proved a lot of doubters wrong.

"I feel proud of myself, and I feel extremely happy because it means everything I have sacrificed and all the work I've done has been worth it.

"This belt represents everything: all the heartbreaks, the sacrifice and all the training so I'm happy.

"Maria was a tough champion and she brought it so that meant I could do the stuff I love to do.

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"I'm about entertaining and for me that was so fun. It was tough, she was the champion and she brought it and that was awesome.

"It was a great fight, I enjoyed it and I'm just grateful and blessed that I was able to become world champion in this beautiful city of Leeds."

Promoter Eddie Hearn reiterated Bridges' stance and defended her rise to the top.

He added: "There were a lot of people who felt when Ebanie came into the sport that it was a gimmick and about driving followers but there was method to the madness.

"What they don't see is the dedication and she has really applied herself.

"She didn't get an easy title shot, she didn't get a vacant title shot, she fought the longest-reigning champion in the division."


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