The wife of boxer Steven Butler, Bebaww, is balancing life between motherhood and career without missing the fun.
Steven Butler, also known as “Bang Bang,” was born on September 2, 1995, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Butler is a professional boxer who made his professional debut at 18 on March 28, 2014, against Jean Francois Plourde and won by technical knockout (TKO).
After that, on May 22, 2014, the boxer was against Roody Rene and won by UD. Bang Bang is currently ranked 6th and 11th at middleweight by the WBO and IBF, respectively.
Butler is often known for his aggressive fighting style and his powerful punching, which has increased his fan following.
Not to mention, Steven has competed in various high-profile fights and achieved various titles, like IBF North American middleweight and WBC International silver middleweight.
In addition to that, Steven is playing for the WBO middleweight title on May 13, 2023, against Zhanibek Alimkhanuly.
Steven Butler Wife
Steven Butler girlfriend, Bebaww, was born on September 6, 1996. Bebaww is balancing her life between motherhood and her professional career while having fun.
According to her Instagram bio, she refers to herself as a lover and a mother who inspires women to live with no limits.
The pair are high school sweethearts and have been together for over 10 years.
Steven posted on Instagram on March 9, 2022, “When I met you, you were a girl. I am blessed to have seen your evolution as a woman. Today you are a woman, a responsible woman, the mother of my two children, and my future wife, Mrs. Butler.”
The pair are blessed with two sons; the oldest one, Mayson Butler, was born on October 6, 2016, and the youngest, Jayson Jal Butler, was born on August 21, 2019.
Bebaww and Steven both support each other and encourage each other to grow. They both feel happy and blessed to have each other and their two kids.
Steven Butler’s Background
Steven Butler claims that he chooses boxing because it’s in his blood. The pro boxer’s paternal grandfather, Marshall Butler, was a welterweight during the 1970s with a record of 20-5.
During his era, his professional debut fight was with Jim Henry, which he won with a TKO.
He later defeated future world champion John H. Stracey and similarly fought more serious contenders, including Jim Henry.
Despite being a pro boxer, Marshall’s success was short-lived; he didn’t fight for major titles and only had about five defeats.
For some reason, the career of a pro boxer ended less than six years after his pro debut.
The close relationship between his grandfather and Bang Bang inspired him to dream about becoming a successful boxer.
Steven started boxing when he was 12 but was not taking it seriously. After about 20 fights, and when he turned 16, he became more serious and decided to pursue a boxing career.
He started sparring with other big fighters in Quebec and improved his boxing skills gradually.
Looking at his progress, Steven’s manager/promotor, Camille Estephan, made him a part of Team EOTTM.