Ever wondered who Ebanie Bridges would shag, marry and kill out of Conor Benn, Amir Khan and Kell Brook?
Unless you have a vivid imagination, the answer is 'probably not.' But one member of the Blonde Bomber's loyal fanbase asked the question that no one really wanted an answer to during a Q&A on the boxer's Instagram. Now, thankfully, the whole world knows what would happen in such an improbable set of circumstances.
Bridges had good news for Benn, who she admitted she would marry in this unique scenario. And the lingerie loving knockout queen (that's Bridges, by the way) followed that up by revealing she would choose to "f***" the recently-retired Khan.
Unfortunately for poor old Brook, Bridges had to pick one of the boxers to kill. And it wasn't Special K's special day as the Australian fighter said she would have to bump him off out of the three.
Bridges appeared to admit it was a tough decision, saying: "Ah man lol. Ya killing me with these." Not that it was enough to spare the also recently-retired Brook, who lost out big time to Khan just weeks after defeating him in the ring.
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Never one to miss a trick, Bridges even name-checked a certain publication who are apparently big fans of her work. "The Daily Star gonna write an article," she joked, predicting the future.
What the future holds for Bridges inside the ring remains uncertain. The 35-year-old is the current IBF bantamweight title holder after her impressive victory over Maria Cecilia Roman in Leeds in March.
Speaking on Matchroom Boxing’s YouTube channel a few days after the bout, Eddie Hearn suggested Bridges could fight two or three more times this year, giving July and November as potential dates.
"Now is the really important time to plan a fighter's career – when you win the championship – because you're a target for everyone," he said.
"Shannon Courtenay will be back in the summer. Ebanie Bridges v Shannon Courtenay II is a huge fight. Obviously this time around Ebanie defending her world title, and that's a big fight.
"I think a voluntary defence will be next, in the summer, and then it's up to Ebanie. It’s up to Ebanie and Mark Tibbs to carve out a way of when they will be ready. The unification fights are all tough.
"[Yulihan] Luna is a great champion, Jamie Mitchell is a great champion. Every champion wants to try and unify, but I do think you're going to see continuous improvements from Ebanie under Mark Tibbs and you want to reach that ceiling of improvement before you jump into unification, but [it's] definitely the target for this year," he added.
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