Boxer Ebanie Bridges Says Shannon O’Connell’s Son Hit Her With Disgusting Statement After Title Fight

Twist in boxer Ebanie Bridges’ war with fellow Aussie Shannon O’Connell as glamorous world champion says her hated rival SON hit her with nasty gossip after title fight

  • Ebanie Bridges reveals Shannon O’Connell’s son made a complaint against her
  • The world boxing champion says she was told to “F*** off c***” after the fight
  • O’Connell stuck his middle finger up at boxer Skye Nicolson after the fight

World champion boxer Ebanie Bridges has revealed that Shannon O’Connell’s son directed a vile remark at her following her victory in Sunday’s all-Aussie title clash in Great Britain.

Bridges retained her IBF bantamweight belt and dethroned the “Queen of Australian Boxing” with a dominant performance over O’Connell in the biggest women’s fight in Aussie boxing history.

World boxing champion Ebanie Bridges (pictured) has revealed that Shannon O’Connell’s son made a nasty comment at her after her victory in Sunday’s all-Aussie clash in Great Britain

Bridges (pictured) retained his IBF bantamweight world title and dethroned

Bridges (pictured) retained her IBF bantamweight world title and dethroned the “Queen of Australian Boxing” with a dominant performance over O’Connell in the biggest women’s fight in Australian boxing history

The match turned into a grudge match in the months leading up to the fight, with the pair trading barbs right up until they stepped into the ring in Leeds.

The war of words didn’t stop after Bridges’ eighth-round stoppage of her bitter rival, with a vision of O’Connell sticking the finger up at Bridges’ friend and fellow Aussie boxer Skye Nicolson – who she allegedly insulted, shouting: ‘F*** you, s ***!

The war of words didn't stop after Bridges stopped his bitter rival in the eighth round, with a vision of O'Connell sticking the finger up at Bridges' friend and fellow Aussie boxer Skye Nicolson - who she allegedly insulted, shouting: 'F*** you, s ***!

The war of words didn’t stop after Bridges stopped his bitter rival in the eighth round, with a vision of O’Connell sticking the finger up at Bridges’ friend and fellow Aussie boxer Skye Nicolson – who she allegedly insulted, shouting: ‘F*** you, s ***!

Now it emerges that O’Connell’s son allegedly gave Bridges an earful when the match was over, telling the Blonde Bomber to “F*** off c***”.

Bridges said on Instagram: ‘When oconell looks at @skyebnic and says ‘f*** you s***’. The apple is not far from the tree because after that, when I went to her corner, her son told me ‘f*** off c***’.

“Imagine it’s your mother. I think I’d rather have a mum who was in lingerie like a Victoria Secret empowering women tbf but hey everyone has different morals.’

Now it emerges that O'Connell's son allegedly gave Bridges an earful when the match was over, telling the Blonde Bomber to

Now it emerges that O’Connell’s son allegedly gave Bridges an earful when the match was over, telling the Blonde Bomber to “F*** off c***”

The bad blood between the pair began before the match, with O’Connell branding her rival a “skanky stripper” due to her habit of wearing underwear at the pre-match weigh-ins.

The 39-year-old also tried to intimidate Bridges when they came face-to-face in Leeds last Thursday, telling her: “You’re fucking sick, b***h” – only to make her opponent laugh. her face.

O’Connell also insulted Bridges over her weight before the match, describing her as a “fat c***” before they stepped on the scales.

The bad blood between the champion and O'Connell began before the match, with O'Connell branding his rival as one

The bad blood between the champion and O’Connell began before the match, with O’Connell branding her rival a “skanky stripper” due to her habit of wearing underwear at the pre-match weigh-in.

Bridges was quick to address the insults when she was interviewed after the grudge match was settled.

“Not bad for a skanky stripper I must say, not bad for a skanky stripper,” she said in her post-match speech.

“I’m not usually disrespectful to my opponent, but she was so disrespectful to me all the time. So I can’t really give her that much respect – she can hit but.

Bridges pictured celebrating the grudge match win against fellow Aussie O'Connell

Bridges pictured her celebrating her grudge match win against fellow Aussie O’Connell

“She can knock. She came, she was hungry, she was fierce. But I was better, and that’s why I’m the champion.

“I hope the world, I hope Australia is proud of me now. We know who the queen of Australian boxing is. I knew it was going to be the hardest fight of my career and it was.’

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