Boxing champion Ebanie Bridges explains why she’d never consider a career in UFC

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Ebanie Bridges has also trained in Karate, Muay Thai, and competitive bodybuilding. She has amazing striking abilities, mental toughness, and adaptability that might make her a strong fit in the UFC. Due to her experience and physical skills in a broad range of combat sports, she has a solid basis for adjusting to the demanding nature of MMA.

Despite her potential for success in the UFC, Bridges is hesitant to compete for the top MMA organization in the world. In a recent interview, Bridges stated her reluctance. She cited her deep love for boxing and her limited time for learning new disciplines.

She said: “Nah, I’ll never do the UFC. I love boxing too much and I’m old… I don’t have the time to learn to do all that. I did kickboxing and Muay Thai when I was younger and I just don’t fancy getting kneed, kicked, and elbowed in the face or having someone like snap my elbow or my leg. Hats off to them.”

Brides also has previous experience in kickboxing and Muay Thai. She admits her aversion to the risks involved in MMA, such as being struck or injured in various ways.

Bridges went on to add: “For me, it’s like how you master it all (different martial arts forms)? Also, there’s money in boxing for women as well.”