Ebanie Bridges jokes snooker "full of sex innuendos" as she asks for suggestions

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Boxing world champion Ebanie Bridges couldn't help but notice a running theme of "sex innuendos" on her trip to the World Snooker Championship.

The Blonde Bomber visited the Crucible in Sheffield on Wednesday (April 19) to get her first taste of the sport. And she joked they "musta known I was coming" when Stuart Bingham and Haotian Lyu were tied at 69 in their match.

It seems that wasn't the only cheeky moment Bridges spotted. "Is it just me or is #Snooker full of sexual innuendos," she later tweeted with a series of grimacing and laughing emojis. She then asked: "What’s your best one? #SnookerRelated"

The IBF bantamweight queen was left in stitches by the naughty replies to her post to round off a day where she met a whole host of snooker legends. She was pictured with former world champs Ken Doherty and Dennis Taylor.

"Great day today in Sheffield at the Snooker world championships. Met some legends of the sport and had a great time," Bridges wrote on Instagram.

Have you got a suggestion for Bridges? Let us know in the comments section.

As Bridges works under Matchroom chief Eddie Hearn for her day job, she also linked up with his dad and the company's founder Barry. And she couldn't resist teasing Eddie afterwards, as she often does at her raunchy weigh-ins.

Another social media post on her account read: "At the Snooker today – where it all started for @matchroom, having a good banter with Barry Hearn.

"Now I know where @EddieHearn gets it from, although I think Barry is the funnier Hearn. What a man, all the charisma in the world. He gave me one of his books. Can’t wait to read it!"

Bridges has been here, there and everywhere since picking up her world title belt last month. As a massive Leeds United fan, she recently visited Elland Road in another sports crossover.

  • Ebanie Bridges
  • Boxing
  • Snooker
  • World Snooker Championship

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