Boxing bombshell Ebanie Bridges breaks down in tears after being set on fire

Boxing bombshell Ebanie Bridges breaks down in tears after being set on fire whilst filming the new series of SAS Australia.

The Blonde Bomber is one of the celebrities set to appear in the Australian version of the reality show, which will begin airing Down Under next Monday.

Bridges made her UK fighting debut in 2021 as she was beaten via unanimous decision by Shannon Courtenay for the WBA bantamweight title.

The Aussie fighter has since fought in England twice more, most recently against Mailys Gangloff in September, where she extended her professional record to 7-1 with a points victory in Leeds.



Ebanie Bridges breaks down in tears in the new series of SAS Australia

In a new trailer released for the upcoming series, Bridges can be seen being put through her paces during the gruelling SAS recruitment process.

She is shown being set on fire for one challenge and also carrying one of her fellow contestants on her shoulders.

Bridges also breaks down in tears whilst being interrogated by the instructors, who include Ant Middleton, when asked why she is so hard on herself.

Explaining her decision to appear on the show, Bridges says: “When everyone tries to tell me what to do and who to be, I’m just like ‘don’t tell me what to do and who to be’ because this is me .

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Ebanie Bridges
Ebanie Bridges is set on fire on the show, something she admits is her biggest fear


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“What am I most afraid of? Definitely fire and getting burned.

“I’m doing this to see if I can be broken, to push my pain threshold and to show that women can be tough too.

“I’m f***ing excited to get on this course and just absolutely smash it. Push myself to my limits and get through selection.”

Bridges has built an impressive following since her first professional bout at the start of 2019, having previously been a ring girl and a high school maths teacher.

Boxing fans also love her light-hearted demeanour outside of the ring, which includes teasing promoter Eddie Hearn whenever she gets the opportunity.

She is also understood to be eyeing up another world title fight in 2022, dropping a hint as she listed her goals for this year back in December.

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