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Ebanie Bridges in stitches as Eddie Hearn desperately tries not to stare at topless OnlyFans fighter at weigh in

, Ebanie Bridges in stitches as Eddie Hearn desperately tries not to stare at topless OnlyFans fighter at weigh in

EBANIE BRIDGES was in stitches as Eddie Hearn tried desperately not to stare when an OnlyFans fighter turned up to her weigh in TOPLESS.

Cherneka Johnson defends her IBF super-bantamweight against Britain’s Ellie Scotney at Wembley Arena tonight.

Hearn found himself in a awkward situation at the weigh in

, Ebanie Bridges in stitches as Eddie Hearn desperately tries not to stare at topless OnlyFans fighter at weigh in
Ebanie Bridges was quick to poke fun at Eddie Hearn

However, 24 hours before the fight the 28-year-old launched her OnlyFans by posing topless at the weigh in with nothing but body paint covering her torso.

Hearn was tasked with facing the pair off and tried desperately not to be caught staring at the Australian.

It isn’t the first time the 44-year-old has been put in a compromising position at a weigh in, and Bridges, the IBF bantamweight champion has previously poked fun at his reaction to her outfit choices.

Aussie Bridges is no stranger to wearing lingerie to weigh ins was quick to poke fun at Hearn.

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She took to her Twitter and said: “Us Aussies really know how to challenge Eddie Hearn at the weigh-ins.”

Hours before the weigh in Johnson launched her OnlyFans account by taking a picture alongside Misfits boxer and OnlyFans star Elle Brooke.

She said: “I’m excited to announce my partnership with OnlyFans where I will be posting behind the scenes to my life, fight prep, training, nutrition and all the stuff you don’t get to see on other social platforms. 

“If you want to connect with me there and gain insights, chat (after the fight of course), make special requests, see exclusive content you won’t see anywhere else, then hit the link in my bio and subscribe.”

Johnson has recovered from a horrific head injury she sustained back in October.

She will step back into the ring tonight for the first time since suffering the injury in the first defence of her IBF super bantamweight world title against Susie Ramadan.

She’s 15-1 as a professional since turning pro in 2016.

Her only defeat came back in March 2021 when she lost to Shannon O’Connell by split decision.

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Johnson and Scotney will feature as part of the undercard for Sunny Edwards’ world title defence against Andres Campos.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can a beginner begin boxing at home

Boxing is one the oldest known sports. Boxing was initially developed by ancient warriors to defeat enemies. Boxing can still be found all over the world. Boxing doesn’t require you to attend a gym. A pair of gloves, punching bags and a few sparring buddies are all you need.

You can also find local amateur boxing clubs where you can join and get trained by professional coaches. Once you’ve mastered basic punches and combinations, you’ll be ready to compete in tournaments.

How many punches does a human take to get through a round?

A punch can be defined as “a blow delivered with a fist”. Only one punch can be sustained by a human. If someone punches your face in the face, it’s a punch. You cannot hit him/her back. This would be two punches.

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What are the different types of boxing gloves?

There are three main types in boxing gloves: mitts; fingerless mitts; and full-fingerered. Mitten gloves are padded around the knuckles. Fingerless mitts do not have padding around the knuckles, but they still cover the fingers. Full-fingered gloves have padding around the entire hand.

The mitten is used to punch or hit with the fist. Fingerless mitts gloves are designed for striking or punching with your index finger’s index finger. Boxing gloves that are full-fingered can be used to punch with your whole fist.

How long does learning to box take?

Boxing is the oldest known martial art. China was home to the first ever boxing match, which took place around 2200 BC. For thousands of years, boxing has been practiced. Boxing is still very popular with celebrities and athletes. It takes around 10 months for a boxer to be proficient.

Boxing involves many movements, which is why it can take so long to learn. Each movement requires specific muscles in order to be effective. So, it takes time to develop these muscles.

After you learn how to move your own body, you can practice any type of boxing. Each technique will become easier over time.

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Do you have the ability to train yourself to box?

Yes, it is possible to learn how to box. Just find a local boxing studio and sign up for a class. Many gyms offer classes for free, but you can also search Google for local boxing clubs.

Also, equipment like gloves and mouthpieces, headgear, as well as sparring partners will be required. Once you have the necessary equipment, you are ready to practice your punches or kicks.

What is the best way to practice boxing with no partner?

You can also watch professional boxing matches live on TV if you don’t have a partner and want to learn boxing. You can also find an amateur boxing gym near you. Regular training sessions are a common feature of amateur boxing clubs. These sessions typically include sparring partners that hit pads together.

You can also practice boxing using punching bags. Just make sure that you’re wearing protective gear such as boxing gloves before hitting the bag.

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How To

These are the basics of boxing

How to effectively box

Boxing is one of the most popular sports in the world. It involves two people who attempt to knock each other out of their heads. There are different rules for boxing, and they vary from one country to the next. There are three main types of boxing: Amateur boxing, Professional boxing, and Olympic boxing.

Amateur boxing usually takes place at school, college and university. This type of boxing allows sparring without protection. Amateur boxing competitions usually last three rounds and last five minutes each. There are many styles to amateur boxing like Kickboxing. Muay Thai. Taekwondo. Karate. Judo. Wrestling.

Professional boxing is usually practiced in gyms, clubs or stadiums. They use protective equipment, such as mouthpieces, nose guards, shin protectors, elbow pads knee pads, waist belts and groin protectors. Professional boxing competitions consist of six rounds lasting four minutes each. There are many styles to professional boxing.

Olympic boxing can be seen at the Olympics. Boxers are required to wear international standards-compliant protective gear. Each round lasts three minutes and is made up of eight rounds. Olympic boxing has only two styles, Light Flyweight vs Heavyweight.

The basics of boxing are:

  • Punching techniques
  • Guarding techniques
  • Footwork
  • Stance
  • Movement of the body
  • Defense
  • Combination
  • Rotation
  • Spare parts

Punching Techniques

There are seven types. Each punch is unique. Some punches require greater strength than others. An example of this is an uppercut, which requires tremendous force. On the other hand, a straight punch requires less power but it is faster than other punches.

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There are many combinations that can be used to punch. These are combinations that combine punches to accomplish a particular goal. A combination may have multiple parts. A left hook followed with a right-cross will cause injury to the opponent’s jaw.

Guard Techniques

A boxer protects himself by using his body. He uses his arms, legs, elbows, knees, knees, and feet to do this.

Legs

Boxers should use the legs to protect themselves against kicks. He raises his leg when he is hit with a kick and then moves away from the opponent. To avoid being kicked on the sides, he bends at his knees when the attacker strikes from the front. But if the attack comes in the back, he will stand straight and block the kick using his foot.

Elbows

Because they cause great pain, elbow strikes are extremely effective. An elbow strike may be delivered directly or in an indirect manner. Directly refers to hitting your opponent with the forearm, while indirect means you hit him using another part of your arms.

Hands

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Boxers use the power of their hands to block any incoming blows. They raise their fists high above their heads and point them in the direction of an attack. Then, they touch the attacker’s hand.

Knees

Boxers who are subject to a punch to their stomachs, abdomens, or chests should bend at the knees to absorb the impact. Knee strikes can be used to defend yourself.

Feet

A boxer should not be afraid to respond to an attack. This allows him to put distance between himself, his opponent, and the ring. A boxer must also maintain his balance when responding to an opponent’s counter-attack.

Stances

To box effectively, a boxer must establish a stance. The way he defends himself will be determined by his stance. It determines his position and the direction he will face. Boxers have many options for stances. Here are the most commonly used ones:

  • A low stance
  • High stance
  • Southpaw stance
  • Western stance

Moving your body

To win a fight, a fighter must move around the opponent. This includes changing speed, position and rhythm.

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Rotation

When a boxer throws a punch, he rotates in order to increase the reach of his arm. You can rotate at different speeds depending upon the punch.

Combinations

The effectiveness of a combination depends on the timing of each individual punch. A combination that works well starts with strong punches and ends with weak ones is a winning combination.

Spare parts

Sparring, a boxing practice session, is designed to improve your boxing skills. Sparring is a training session that helps a boxer train his mind and body. In conclusion, the purpose of sparring is to learn how to fight and not get hurt.

In conclusion, learning to box requires dedication and patience. To become a better fighter, you have to train hard and continue to work.

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