Jake Paul has earned the esteem of Ebanie Bridges “Proud of you” for taking on the responsibility of training the United States boxing squad for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.

Ebanie Bridges is pleased with what Jake Paul is accomplishing for the amateur boxing scene in the United States in the coming year.

In preparation for the Olympic Games in Paris in 2024, “The Problem Child” will be working with a number of athletes who are vying for medals. In addition to the fact that Paul is going to be joining USA Boxing in the near future, he also has a lot of other significant intentions beyond that.

Paul provided a comprehensive explanation of everything in a recent article on X, in which he noted,

@jakepaul.com” As the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris draw near, it is an honor for me to be able to work with USA Boxing. During the winter, I will be providing training with the Olympic team in Colorado Springs, and in July, I will be traveling with them to Paris in order to highlight the most talented amateur boxers from our country. My dedication to boxing extends far beyond the achievements I have experienced inside the ring.My goal is to have a greater influence outside of the ring than I do inside of it, and I am determined to make that happen. In my opinion, the United States of America is home to the best boxers. Let us put it to the test, shall we? Individuals who are willing to put in the necessary effort to defend their nation in the most prestigious competition have my full support. Team USA (USA) Let’s get going!!! I will see you all in Paris.

In response to the tweet sent by the cruiserweight combatant, Bridges retweeted Paul on X and said, “I am responding to your tweet.”

“The way in which you are giving back is absolutely fantastic. My deepest respect goes out to you, @jakepaul. “Proud of you” Paul is saying this in the wake of his victory over the weekend, which he achieved by knocking out his opponent in the first round of the 2023 fight. In the process of putting Andre August away with an uppercut, the combat sports disruptor boosted his record to 8-1 as a professional boxer so achieving his goal.

How Ebanie Bridges closed out 2023

Despite the fact that Jake Paul was victorious in the sweet science competition that took place at the end of the calendar year, Ebanie Bridges was not able to achieve the same level of success.

The “Blonde Bomber” lost her title as the IBF world bantamweight champion to Miyo Yoshida on December 9 through a unanimous decision against Yoshida. Bridges, who had not competed since December 10, 2022, made her return to the ring with this fight, which marked her return after a break that lasted for just one day short of a year.

During the bout, the fighter who was born in Australia defeated Shannon O’Connell by technical knockout, thereby achieving her first successful defense of the title. During the month of March in the previous year, Bridges triumphed against Maria Cecilia Roman on points to win the IBF crown.

The 37-year-old pugilist Ebanie Bridges has a professional boxing record of 9-2, and she is interested in regaining her composure in preparation for her next campaign in 2024.

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