Inside Ebanie Bridges' home with grand piano, boxing memorabilia and framed pictures of boobs and bums on wall | The Sun

Inside Ebanie Bridges' home with grand piano, boxing memorabilia and framed pictures of boobs and bums on wall | The Sun

EBANIE BRIDGE's brutal blows inside the ring have earned her a boxing world title – a lavish house to boot.

The Aussie became the queen of the IBF's bantamweight division last March with a decision win over Maria Cecilia Roman.

And she's used her purses to make quite the swanky home – which she recently showed off on Instagram.

The Blonde Bomber gave her legion of followers a peek at her living room on Tuesday morning, uploading a quick sweep through to her stories.

Bridges' living room was decked out with an expensive black Steinhoven piano and framed photos of a woman in a bra and in lacy lingerie.

The 36-year-old then panned around to show off memorabilia from her fights.


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The shrine to her achievements in the ring included framed shorts with various pictures from her fights.

Placed below the photo frame was Bridge's IBF world title , which sat proudly next to a number of boxing books.

Bridges' collection includes both of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury's autobiographies.

It also included the autobiography of Matchroom Boxing founder Barry Hearn – whom she boxes under.

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Fan favourite and OnlyFans model Bridges last took the ring last December on the undercard of Josh Warrington's IBF featherweight showdown with Luis Alberto Lopez.

She retained her title with an eighth-round TKO victory over countrywoman Aussie Shannon O'Connell.

After her first title defence, an elated Bridges said, "I'm very satisfied with this win.

"I hope I did Australia proud. I hope everybody knows who the queen of Australian boxing is now!"

A few weeks removed from her victory, Bridges revealed she'd fought with a BROKEN hand.

Alongside a picture of her swollen hand, she wrote on Instagram: "Booked in for surgery on my hand this Friday.

"A lot of my camp was done with one hand. A lot of my sparring only using my left hand.

"But there was no way I was pulling out of that fight cos I knew I could batter her with one hand if needed and I wanted to.

"But now time to sort this."

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