Ibany Bridges Biography, Age, Wiki, Height, Weight, Boyfriend, Family & More

Ibany Bridges


Ebanie Bridges is an accomplished professional boxer from Australia and has held the Australian ANBF lightweight title since 2020. Because of her hair color and coach Arnel “Bomber” Barotillo, she is best known as “Blonde Bomber”.

She made her in-ring debut on February 8, 2019, against Mahiecka Pareno, winning by majority decision. Bridges has not lost a game since that day. Previously, she competed in bodybuilding competition for eight years under the supervision of Arena Manta, winning several regional and state titles.

Additionally, she holds a black belt in Karate. She recently won the Australian ANBF Super Bantamweight title. She won gold in the women’s bantam weight class in 2016 and 2017 Australian Gold Gloves, where she competed as an amateur.

This gorgeous star was born on the 1986-09-22, and turns 35 years old in the year 2021. She looks tall enough as she grows to a height of 155 centimeters and 5’1 in ft 1in. She looks very fit and healthy with a weight of 60 kg and 132 lbs in pounds.

Her character measurements are 34 inches at the breast, 27 inches at the waist and 36 inches at the hips. She looks beautiful with her dark brown eyes and bright blonde hair.

As of 2021, her net worth is between $1 million and $5 million, and she makes an impressive salary in the thousands of dollars every year. In addition to this, her boxing career is her primary source of income.

Born and raised in New South Wales, Australia, Ibani belongs to white Australian ethnicity. There is no information available regarding her parents but she has two brothers whose names are also not known.

As of her education, she graduated from Western Sydney University with a BA in Mathematics and a minor in Physical Education, which was followed by a MA in Teaching.

Nickname Ibany Bridges
place of birth New South Wales, Australia
date of Birth September 22, 1986
Omar 35 years
Height In feet and inches: 5’1″

In centimeters: 155 cm

Weight In kg: 60 kg

In pounds: 132 lbs

eye color Dark brown
hair colour Blonde
Profession boxer
sexual orientation straight
The school unknown
College Western Sydney University
religion Christian
nationality Australian
hometown New South Wales, Australia
Zodiac sign Virgo
Name of the Father name unknown
Mother’s name name unknown

Ibani Bridges' parents
Ibani Bridges’ parents

the brothers unknown
sisters unknown

As of her career, Ebanie Bridges started her career with a 26-4 amateur record from 2016 to 2018, during which time she won the National Golden Gloves Championships in 2016 and 2017, as well as the state heavyweight championship.

Ibani played in the Australian Women’s Choice Championship in Perth but was eliminated in the quarter-finals by Antonia Kai by a difference of 4:1 points. Then, on November 24, 2018, Thai fighter Rongnava Kaiwarchang was supposed to fight in a heavyweight match at Wollongong Brothers Club However, the fight was called off due to concerns about removing the fight from Kaiwarchang.

Instead, she participated in an exhibition fight against Bianca Elmer, which was not recognized as a professional match. Bridges made her professional debut on a Tim Tszyu card against Denton Fassel on February 8, 2019, at Hordern Pavilion in Sydney, where she faced Filipino boxer Mahiecka Pareno (2-1-0), whom Bridges defeated by majority decision.

Bridges defeated Laura Woods via TKO in the third round on October 12, 2019, and then defeated Kanittha Ninthim by TKO in the second round the following month. Bridges won by unanimous decision against Carol Earl for the vacant Australian National Boxing Federation Superweight Championship at Bankstown City Basway in Sydney on March 13, 2021.

Ian Bate, Wayne Douglas, and Kevin Hogan scored 80-72, 80-72, and 79-73 for Bridges. On March 14, it was announced that Ibani would fight Shannon Courtenay for the vacant WBA Women’s Bantamweight Championship on Connor Penn’s continental title defense card against Samuel Vargas at Copper Box Arena on April 10.

Ebanie Bridges is a world class female fighter who is now unmarried. She appears to be in a romantic relationship with her boyfriend. She expressed her love for him and how much her partner is helping her in every possible way in an Instagram post on October 22, 2020.

On the other hand, Ibani kept her personal life private on social media and did not reveal any information about her relationship.

Lover name unknown

Ibany Bridges with her boyfriend
Ibany Bridges with her boyfriend

Social status Unmarried
Husband Nobody
children Nobody

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  • Because of her hair color and coach, Arnel “Bomber” Barotillo, she has been nicknamed “Blonde Bomber”.
  • She is the only female in her family and the youngest of a twin by six minutes.
  • Bridges’ parents started her in karate when she was five years old.
  • In Perth, she also competed in the Australian Women’s Choice Championship.
  • She works at Airds High School as a math teacher.
  • Additionally, on March 13, 2021, Ibani fought Carol Earl for the vacant Australian National Boxing Federation superweight title at Bankstown City Passway in Sydney.
  • In February 2020, Ebanie accepted a promotional agreement with Split-T Management and debuted in the United States on February 8, 2020.
  • She has been the Australian ANBF lightweight title holder since 2020.
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