Bantamweight Champion Ebanie Bridges Playfully Mentions Conor McGregor In Recent Q&A Session

Photo: Instagram/Ebanie Bridges

Bantamweight world champion Ebanie Bridges has found herself in the midst of controversy once again, this time involving UFC legend Conor McGregor.

Bridges recently attended a fight in Dublin, where she ran into McGregor at ringside, resulting in an awkward photo that sparked attention.

In a recent Instagram Q&A session with fans, Bridges was asked to play a game of 'f***, marry, kill' involving Anthony Joshua, Jaron Ennis, and McGregor.

Photo: Instagram/Ebanie Bridges

In a joking manner, she replied that she would choose to have sex with McGregor, citing that he "seems like fun." Bridges further stated that she would marry Ennis because of his sweet and quiet nature.

Unfortunately for Joshua, she chose him to be "killed" in the game, clarifying that it was solely because she had never met him. It's worth noting that McGregor is currently in a committed relationship with his fiancee Dee Devlin, whom he began dating before his rise to UFC fame.

Bridges shared several photos of her and McGregor together at the fight, which quickly went viral. Fans playfully questioned Devlin's reaction to the pictures.

Bridges responded by posting one of the photos and inviting fans to come up with a caption. One fan commented that McGregor appeared to be "manhandling" her in every picture, to which Bridges jokingly admitted that she felt that way, adding "lol."

Both Bridges and McGregor are on their way to returning to the ring after recovering from serious injuries. Bridges broke her hand during her last title defense against Shannon O'Connell in Leeds, but she managed to power through and secure the victory.

McGregor, on the other hand, suffered a more severe injury, breaking his leg two years ago during his trilogy fight against Dustin Poirier.

The fight was immediately stopped, resulting in a loss for McGregor. His comeback bout against Michael Chandler has yet to be officially announced.

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Source: Mirror

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