Ebanie Bridges shows off world title belt in sexy black dress as fans go wild

Ebanie Bridges has sent fans wild by posing with her newly-earned world title belt while wearing a lacy black dress.

The Blonde Bomber was crowned the IBF female bantamweight champion last month after defeating Maria Cecilia Roman in a gritty ten round contest. It came at the second time of asking for the Australian, who lost her first vacant WBA title fight to boxing rival Shannon Courtenay last year.

And Bridges appeared in great spirits as she posted a photo of herself holding the hard-earned belt on Instagram. She grinned while dressed in a classy black dress, much to the adoration of her 500,000 followers.

One fan commented on her post: “How are you so beautiful and so bad*** at the same time ? God truly blessed you girl.”

A second wrote: “Amazing fighter and a hottie,” while another added: “Gorgeous, you and the belt.”

She also received a flurry of heart emojis along with comments like “beautiful” and “breathtaking”.

Bridges was recently spotted enjoying herself in Barcelona as she watched the Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte fight in a packed bar filled with Brits. She eagerly watched the drama unfold and posted her own commentary on her Insta story, voicing her shock at the “f***ing huge” Fury.

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Meanwhile, the 35-year-old champ has been tipped for up to three more fights this year by promoter Eddie Hearn. Hearn explained a rematch against Courtenay may well happen in the near future, before reeling off several other world champions in potential unification bouts.

He said: "Shannon Courtenay will be back in the summer. Ebanie Bridges v Shannon Courtenay II is a huge fight. Obviously this time around Ebanie defending her world title, and that's a big fight.

"I think a voluntary defence will be next, in the summer, and then it's up to Ebanie. It’s up to Ebanie and Mark Tibbs to carve out a way of when they will be ready."

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