Ebanie Bridges "loves" guys who like smelly feet and socks as they make her rich

Ebanie Bridges has admitted that she "loves" guys who like smelly feet and socks as they make her rich.

The Blonde Bomber made the revelation during a Q&A with her 503,000 followers on her Instagram Stories on Monday, with fans sending questions to the Australian boxer. As well as being asked for her thoughts on smelly feet and socks, Bridges also played f***, marry, kill with fellow boxers Conor Benn, Amir Khan and Kell Brook.

She went on to also give her verdict on the GOAT debate between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo before one follower asked the bizarre foot question.

They wrote: “What do you think of guys that like smelly feet and socks of a woman?” To which the 35-year-old responded: “Love them, make good money off these guys.”

Bridges previously admitted during her appearance on SAS Australia that she once sold her dirty training socks for over £500, telling her fellow contestants: “I sold my dirty training socks for $1000.”

Her admission drew laughter from her impressed counterparts, with one heard saying "What a boss bitch" during the episode of the reality show.

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The IBF bantamweight world champion has garnered a large and dedicated following since making her professional boxing debut just three years ago.

Known for wearing striking lingerie sets during her weigh-ins and teasing promoter Eddie Hearn, Bridges claimed her maiden world title back in March, defeating Maria Cecilia Roman via unanimous decision in Leeds.

That fight was her second title shot, following a loss to Shannon Courtenay in April 2021 which left Bridges disfigured due to a heavily swollen and bruised left eye.

Since losing to Courtenay, the only defeat of her professional career, Bridges has moved to a record of 8-1 and has claimed she wants a rematch with the British fighter this year, with her first title defence yet to be confirmed.

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