Ebanie Bridges Net Worth

Ebanie Bridges estimated net worth is $500k. She is an Australian Boxer who has a record of 8 wins and 1 defeat in his Professional Boxing career so we estimates her worth around $500k.

Ebanie Bridges Biography

Ebanie Bridges is an Australian professional boxer who was born on September 22, 1986. Since March 2022, she has held the IBF women’s bantamweight title. Bridges competed as an amateur in the women’s bantamweight division at the Australasian Golden Gloves in 2016 and 2017, where she took first place. She 5’1 feet tall.

She was brought into this world on 22 September 1986 in Sydney, Australia. She has more than 550k followers on Instagram – ebanie_bridges.

She made her debut on 8 Feb 2019 against Mahiecka Pareno. Till date she has won 8 fights with 1 defeat in her Boxing career. She has been named as Blonde Bomber.

Personal Details

Net Worth$500k
Real NameEbanie Bridges
Date of Birth22 September 1986
BirthplaceSydney, Australia


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Personal Life

Bridges, the youngest of three children, was born on September 22, 1986, and spent his childhood in the Greater Western Sydney neighbourhood of Toongabbie. She is the only girl in her family and is six minutes younger than the other twin. Bridges’ parents introduced her to karate when she was five years old, and she participated in it until she was thirteen. Soon after, she began training in Muay Thai and Kickboxing at her secondary school.

She eventually discovered competitive bodybuilding, where she competed for eight years and won multiple regional and state titles while being mentored by Arina Manta. She recalled how difficult her teenage years were, but how she overcame them with the support of her parents: “At 18, I determined I needed to alter my life.” ’Bridges idolised Roy Jones Jr., Oscar De La Hoya, Anthony Mundine, and Kostya Tszyu as a young man.

She teaches maths at Airds High School and resides in Dural, New South Wales. She completed a work placement at Mount Annan High School while pursuing a career as a math teacher. Bridges studied mathematics with a minor in physical education while pursuing her amateur boxing career at Western Sydney University. She then went on to get a master’s degree in teaching at the top of her class. Additionally, Bridges is trilingual, speaking English, Portuguese, and Spanish. In karate, she holds a black belt. Bridges competed in SAS Australia’s fourth season, and was fired in episode 11.

Boxing Career

The bantamweight match between Bridges and Thai fighter Rungnapha Kaewrachang was supposed to take place at the Wollongong Fraternity Club on November 24, 2018, however it was postponed because of Kaewrachang’s problems getting a fighting licence. Instead, Bridges competed in an exhibition fight against Bianca Elmir, however it was not recognised as a professional match. Bridges made her professional debut on February 8, 2019, at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion, taking on Filipino fighter Mahiecka Pareno (2-1-0), who she ultimately defeated by majority decision after being knocked to the ground by Pareno in the first round.

10Shannon O’Connell10 Dec 2022
9Win8–1María Cecilia Román26 Mar 2022
8Win7–1Mailys Gangloff4 Sep 2021
7Win6–1Bec Connolly7 Aug 2021
6Loss5–1Shannon Courtenay10 Apr 2021
5Win5–0Carol Earl13 Mar 2021
4Win4–0Crystal Hoy8 Feb 2020
3Win3–0Kanittha Ninthim30 Nov 2019
2Win2–0Laura Woods12 Oct 2019
1Win1–0Mahiecka Pareno8 Feb 2019

It was eventually discovered that Ebanie Bridges had broken her ankle during the battle with Pareno, despite continuing. Bridges competed against Laura Woods on October 12, 2019, and won by third-round TKO. The following month, Bridges defeated Kanittha Ninthim by second-round TKO. In Bridges’ match against Mara Cecilia Román, the current IBF female bantamweight champion, Román made her eighth attempt to defend her championship.

On March 26, 2022, the fight took place at the First Direct Arena in Leeds, England, as the co-main event of the featherweight title match between Kiko Martinez and Josh Warrington. Ebanie Bridges prevailed via unanimous decision in the match. She won the fight by a score of 97-93 from two of the three judges, and the ten rounds were given to her by the third judge.

Who is Ebanie Bridges ?

Ebanie Bridges is an Australian Boxer.

When was Ebanie born ?

She was born on 22 September 1986.