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Thorslund: Not Impressed By Shannon Courtenay, I'd Beat Her Easy

Dina Thorslund has the chance to become a two-weight world champion this week – and she has already set her sights on a potential unification showdown with WBA bantamweight champion Shannon Courtenay. Reigning WBO super-bantamweight champion Thorslund (15-0, 6 KOs) drops down in weight to face Jasseth Noriega (27-4-2, 5...
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Shannon O’Connell Wants To Step In Against Shannon Courtenay

Shannon Courtenay realized her dream in boxing earlier this year with a hard fought victory over Ebanie Bridges. Her first title defense was (and currently is scheduled) to take place of Week 1 of Matchroom Boxing’s Fight Camp but there has already been a setback. Courtenay’s opponent pulled out due to an injury.
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Respect earned: Shannon Courtenay and Ebanie Bridges throw hands

When it was announced that Shannon "The Baby-Face Assassin" Courtenay would be fighting Ebanie "The Blonde Bombshell" Bridges for a world title, most of the fight world chuckled. Social made a mockery of both fighters. Between them, Courtenay and Bridges have fought 11 professional fights. Neither’s considered an elite talent....
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Shannon Courtenay beats Ebanie Bridges in hard-fought world title bout

Great Britain's Shannon Courtenay produced a fiercely determined performance to beat Ebanie Bridges in an enthralling fight and become a world champion for the first time. Courtenay was bloodied from early on but a swelling over Australian Bridges' left eye proved key late in the fight. It allowed Courtenay to...
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Shannon Courtenay wins world title with enthralling points victory over Ebanie Bridges

An emotional Shannon Courtenay claimed the vacant women's WBA bantamweight title with a fine points victory over Ebanie Bridges at the Copper Box in London on Saturday night. After a back and forth war of words in fight week between the two fighters, the 'Blonde Bomber' from Australia and 'The Baby Faced Assassin' from Watford, it was some spectacle. They talked the talk and walked the walk.
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Shannon Courtenay defeats Ebanie Bridges on points to claim WBA bantamweight belt

Shannon Courtenay was crowned as the new WBA champion after defeating Ebanie Bridges on points following a punishing battle at the Copper Box Arena. Courtenay was embroiled in a fiery dispute with Bridges ahead of their world title fight, but Britain's bantamweight had the final word, securing a unanimous decision with scores of 97-94, 98-92 and 98-92.
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Shannon Courtenay beats Ebanie Bridges to win battle of the blonde bruisers

Conor Benn vs Samuel Vargas may have been the nominal main event at London’s Copper Box Arena, promoted by Matchroom and broadcast by Sky Sports and DAZN, but a pair of female novices had stolen the show long before it began. Abbots Langley’s Shannon Courtenay, who had lost a contentious decision to Rachel Ball in her only worthwhile contest, squared up with Australian Ebanie Bridges, who if her in-ring talents matched her gift for self-promotion would be the best woman fighter of all-time.
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Shannon Courtenay beats Ebanie Bridges in dogfight, John Hedges wins

Shannon Courtenay is the new WBA Bantamweight World Champion after defeating Australia’s Ebanie Bridges on points following a punishing battle. The pair were embroiled in a heated build-up, but the Watford fighter had the final word, becoming Britain’s latest World Champion by securing a unanimous decision with scores of 97-94 98-92, and 98-92.
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Shannon Courtenay vs. Ebanie Bridges fight odds, picks and prediction

We get a 10-round WBA bantamweight title bout Saturday when Shannon Courtenay and Ebanie Bridges meet at Copper Box Arena, Hackney Wick, London. The card is set to begin around 2 p.m. ET, with the Courtenay-Bridges fight set for later in the show. Below, we break down the Courtenay vs. Bridges odds, with boxing picks and predictions. The fight card is televised on DAZN.