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MAFS’s Susie Bradley shows off her baby bump as she supports fiancé Todd Carney at his boxing match

Susie Bradley showed her support for fiancé Todd Carney ringside at his fight against Scott Prince in Townsville on Friday.

The pregnant Married At First Sight star, 27, showed off her burgeoning baby bump as she cheered her former rugby league player beau on at the All Stars Fight Night.

Sharing a series of videos to Instagram, a supportive Susie could be heard cheering Todd, 34, on as she sat in the stands. 

Cheering him on: Susie Bradley showed her support for fiancé Todd Carney ringside at his fight against Scott Prince in Townsville on Friday

Susie also shared a photo of herself and Todd ahead of the fight and wrote: ‘So proud of you bubby and how bloody hard you have worked.

‘Can’t wait to see you in action. Love you so much.’ 

She later shared selfies of herself getting glammed up for the highly anticipated fight, showing off her baby bump in a white dress. 

Fight night: The bout ended in a draw after three rounds, with both Todd and Scott stating that they want a rematch in the future

Fight night: The bout ended in a draw after three rounds, with both Todd and Scott stating that they want a rematch in the future

All dressed up: Susie shared selfies of herself getting glammed up for the highly anticipated fight, showing off her baby bump in a white dress

'@todd_carney06 I'm that proud of you I could cry! I love love love love you sooo much! Well done Bubba!!!' she wrote on Instagram

All dressed up: Susie shared selfies of herself getting glammed up for the highly anticipated fight, showing off her baby bump in a white dress

For the actual fight, Susie stepped out in a figure-hugging peach dress, which showed off her growing baby bump.  

She shared a series of loved-up photos with Todd taken after the fight, after earlier declaring that she was so nervous, she could ‘vomit’.

‘@todd_carney06 I’m that proud of you I could cry! I love love love love you sooo much! Well done Bubba!!!’ she wrote.

Popping out: For the actual fight, Susie stepped out in a figure-hugging peach dress, which showed off her growing baby bump

Popping out: For the actual fight, Susie stepped out in a figure-hugging peach dress, which showed off her growing baby bump

Brutal: It wasn't without controversy though, with Todd dropping Scott in the first round. Scott wasn't penalised for the fall though

Brutal: It wasn’t without controversy though, with Todd dropping Scott in the first round. Scott wasn’t penalised for the fall though

In a video taken moments after the fight ended and posted to Instagram, Susie once again declared how ‘proud’ she was of her beau.

‘So proud of you bubba!!!!! @todd_carney06 I love you so much!! Bubby was moving the whole time!’ she wrote, adding a series of yellow love heart emojis.

Todd announced his engagement to Susie last month after an on-and-off relationship.

Almost time: Susie shared a photo of herself and Todd ahead of the fight and wrote: 'So proud of you bubby and how bloody hard you have worked'

Almost time: Susie shared a photo of herself and Todd ahead of the fight and wrote: ‘So proud of you bubby and how bloody hard you have worked’

The couple are expecting their first baby together, a boy, due in March, with Todd popping the question after their gender reveal.    

The bout ended in a draw after three rounds, with both Todd and Scott, 40, stating that they want a rematch in the future. 

It wasn’t without controversy though, with Todd dropping Scott in the first round.

Cheer squad: Sharing a series of videos to Instagram, a supportive Susie could be heard cheering Todd, 34, on as she sat in the stands

Cheer squad: Sharing a series of videos to Instagram, a supportive Susie could be heard cheering Todd, 34, on as she sat in the stands

Scott wasn’t penalised for the fall though, despite the fact that a knock-down usually leads to a 10-8 score for the opponent.

‘I thought it was a slip, must be the humidity up in Townsville,’ said Scott, as reported by Fox Sports on Friday. 

Todd first announced his participation in the fight in December, sharing a poster for the upcoming match on Instagram.

Losing it: In an interview with Fox Sports on Tuesday, Todd revealed he'd lost 10 kilos in preparation for the fight

Losing it: In an interview with Fox Sports on Tuesday, Todd revealed he’d lost 10 kilos in preparation for the fight

‘I’m fighting for NSW when I take on QLDer @scottprince7 at the Townsville Entertainment and Convention Centre on Friday 12th February 2021,’ he wrote.

The match was part of the All Stars Boxing’s Rugby League Rivals event, which saw 12 current and former rugby league stars facing off. 

Todd’s fight against Scott kicked off the event, and was called a majority draw.

Nail-biter: She shared a series of loved-up photos with Todd taken after the fight, after earlier declaring that she was so nervous, she could 'vomit'

Nail-biter: She shared a series of loved-up photos with Todd taken after the fight, after earlier declaring that she was so nervous, she could ‘vomit’

In an interview with Fox Sports on Tuesday, Todd revealed he’d lost 10 kilos in preparation for the fight.

‘Four or five weeks ago I was 98 kilos, when I first got back from my holiday on January 11 so I started training the 12th,’ he said.  

‘There’s been a lot of hard work. I weighed in this [Monday] morning at 91.9, so I’ve lost pretty much six kilos and I’ve got a couple more to lose before the fight.’

It's on: Todd first announced his participation in the fight in December, sharing a poster for the upcoming match on Instagram

It’s on: Todd first announced his participation in the fight in December, sharing a poster for the upcoming match on Instagram

He went on to reveal his intense training schedule, and admitted he’d been clocking up time at the gym. 

‘Three sessions a day – 5am, 3pm, 4.30pm – five days a week. Then on Sundays I do two sessions and mix it up with some sparring in between,’ he added.

‘A lot of hours on my own, in the gym and on the cardio machines running on my own. It’s been a different challenge, but a challenge I knew I had to accept to get myself in this position.’  

'Three sessions a day - 5am, 3pm, 4.30pm - five days a week. Then on Sundays I do two sessions and mix it up with some sparring in between,' he said of his intense training schedule

‘Three sessions a day – 5am, 3pm, 4.30pm – five days a week. Then on Sundays I do two sessions and mix it up with some sparring in between,’ he said of his intense training schedule

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