Australian boxer Ebanie Briges is set to confront Miyo Yoshida on Saturday (December 9) at San Francisco’s Chase Center. The event has garnered immense popularity owing to her striking weigh-in fashion choices.
Bridges recently revealed that she has a special outfit scheduled for Friday, December 8. And her barely-there underwear fits the bill for sure. Bridges’ intention to make her weigh-ins stand out has cultivated a devoted fan base eagerly anticipating her unique outfit selections.
With a playful demeanor, Bridges shed her pink tracksuit. She ended up revealing a captivating lacy blue lingerie set. This evoked a chorus of cheers from the audience.
Despite the spectacle, boxing promoter Eddie Hearn maintained unwavering focus. He never once averted his gaze from the audience during the weigh-in and the intense face-off between Bridges and Yoshida.
Popular as a boxer and model, Ebanie Bridges anticipates delivering an exceptional performance in her upcoming match. She will be defending her IBF title on the undercard of the highly awaited Devin Haney–Regis Prograis bout in San Francisco, California.
Expressing her enthusiasm for this significant opportunity, Bridges conveyed her excitement about competing on a prominent stage in America.
She shared, “I’ve been wanting to fight here in America on a big platform like DAZN with Matchroom, so I’m really, really excited to defend my world title here in San Francisco in such a great card…I can’t wait to get in there, I’ve been working with Dave, I definitely want get in there and show you what I’ve been doing, what I’ve been working on.”
Ebanie Bridges was originally set to face fellow Australian Avril Mathie in a bout humorously dubbed the ‘Battle of the B*obs.’ However, Mathie was compelled to withdraw from the event due to an injury sustained during training.
As Bridges and Yoshida got ready for their customary face-off, one commentator said: “Everyone gets dressed except Bridges.”
The face off received a highly varied response online, as many people thought her attire was too skimpy for boxing.