Ebanie bridges, a beautiful Australian boxer, defeated Shannon O’Connell to keep the IBF female bantamweight title. It was an epic fight: ‘Not bad at all for a skanky stripper!’
- Shannon O’Connell was stopped in round 8 by Ebanie bridges via TKO
- Bridges won the fight by combining a powerful combination against O’Connell
- Both fighters brought the fight to the finish with not a single backward step
Australian boxing star Ebanie Bridges has beaten bitter rival Shannon O-Connell to retain the IBF female bantamweight title in an explosive showdown that lived up to every expectation.
They clashed in the most important fight in the history Australian women’s boxing when the co-main event for Josh Warrington vs Luis Alberto Lopez’s IBF featherweight title bout was held.
Ebanie Bridges, an Australian boxing star, has defeated Shannon O-Connell to regain the IBF female bantamweight title. It was an exciting showdown that exceeded all expectations
Bridges took O’Connell’s shots and pinned her opponent against the ropes. After recovering from a big hit in the first round, Bridges continued to walk through O’Connell’s shots.
Bridges was aggressive and walked through O’Connell’s moves to pin her opponent on the ropes for long periods. After recovering from a devastating shot in round one, she was able to land damaging shots and continued the fight.
Bridges dropped O’Connell in the third round with a stunning righthand. O’Connell fought back bravely, landing excellent counters.
The Blonde Bomber, however, was relentless and dominated the remaining rounds with superior stamina as well as more precise punches. Referee Howard Foster stopped the fight in Round 8.
Bridges dropped O’Connell in the third round with a stunning right-hand and O’Connell was rocked. But O’Connell fought back bravely and landed great counters of her very own
Bridges stated that Bridges was ‘not bad for a stripper I must admit, but not bad for any stripper’.
“I don’t usually be disrespectful to my opponent, but she was so disrespectful of me the entire time. I don’t have the heart to show her this much respect, she can hit but. She Can bang.
‘She She was hungry, she was fierce. But I was stronger, and that’s how I’m the champion.
The pair have had a very public feud for months, with O’Connell labelling the champ a ‘skanky stripper’ and a ‘fat c****’ ahead of the bout, so social media lit up after Bridges’ dominant performance
“I knew it was going be the hardest fight of all my career, and it was.
‘Team skanky stripper forever!’
The pair have had a very public feud for months, with O’Connell labelling the champ a ‘skanky stripper’ and a ‘fat c****’ ahead of the bout, so social media lit up after Bridges’ dominant performance.
“Sometimes, you have to show some respect for the opponent in the buildup. @EbanieBridges congratulations for fighting inside the ring as hard outside as @shotgunshannon1 spoke outside the ring. You did it where it mattered. Bravo! Amanda Serrano, world champion boxer, commented: “Great Performance!”
Eddie Hearn, Bridges’ promoter, was impressed by the performance of Bridges and commented that he would like to see Bridges fight again for more belts
Another Twitter user joked, “Best skanky boxer in the world,”
‘That’s some good boxing from a skanky Stripper lol Shannon should have focused on the fight and less on the s*** talking,’ said a third.
Eddie Hearn, Bridges’ promoter, was impressed with the performance and commented that he would love to see Bridges fight more times for belts.
‘She Can really fight. Hearn stated that being in exciting fights like this will take you to the next level.
The win is only the 10th professional fight for the Australian fighter. She will likely now try to fight in a bantamweight unification bout
“I feel that Ebanie bridges must unify the division to make bantamweight undisputed.
‘SheShe’s so tough, and has such a great engine, she can punch strong, and she deserves all the credit.
The win is only the 10th professional fight for the Aussie, and she will likely now look to fight in a bantamweight unification bout.