iGD Sport are delighted to announce the sponsorship of Bantamweight boxer, Ebanie ‘The Blonde Bomber’ Bridges, ahead of her world title shot at the Leeds Arena.
iGD Sport is a compression sportswear brand, founded in Yorkshire by former Rugby League player Andy Wray. The product is highly technical, allowing you to train harder and recover faster, whilst the compression material adds to the aesthetic shape of the human body, meaning you look good while training.
The brand is a go-to for many global boxers, including former world welterweight champion Shawn Porter and UK favourites such as Kell Brook and Josh Warrington. iGD Sport will provide Bridges with bespoke fightwear, team tracksuits, and products for the fight camp leading up to the title challenge.
The ’Blonde Bomber’ has adopted Leeds as her UK city and boasts a fighting record of seven wins from eight, most recently fighting at Headingley Stadium in a points victory over Maïlys Gangloff.
The brand partnership between iGD Sport and Bridges is perfect timing given her title challenge, and iGD Sport just recently launching its new collection through the website.
On the partnership and preparation ahead of her world title fight, Bridges said:
"Training is great. It’s been awesome doing my camp here in the UK under the guidance of Mark Tibbs and I am very excited to put on the performance of my life in Leeds and becoming a world champion.
"Its been amazing working with iGD, as their sportswear is such great quality and creative! I love having them as part of team Blonde Bomber."Ebanie Bridges
And on the brand joining forces with the Blonde Bomber, Brand Manager at iGD Sport, Zeri, Cheetham-Karcz, said:
"It's great to be involved with Ebanie for the title fight and throughout the remainder of 2022. We admire her mantra, which is great looking women can still achieve sporting excellence. Our products are made with technical specifications to perform better, but also to make you look good, so Ebanie really is a perfect fit!”Zeri Cheetham-Karcz
Bridges fights on the 26th March at the Leeds Arena, on the undercard of Josh Warrington’s bid to reclaim his IBF World Featherweight title from the Spaniard, Kiko Martinez.