Ebanie Bridges opens up on what REALLY happened with Conor McGregor as Australian boxing beauty admits she’d be working at McDonald’s if it wasn’t for OnlyFans
- Ebanie Bridges has opened up on her working relationship with Conor McGregor
- Bridges helped promote Forged Irish stout during Anthony Joshua’s recent fight
- The Australian insisted that McGregor is fully supportive of her career
Bridges accompanied McGregor to help promote his Forged Irish stout during Anthony Joshua‘s fight against Robert Helenius in London, with the pair setting tongues wagging at the O2 Arena.
Australian beauty Bridges, 35, has met with McGregor before, after the pair were pictured together at Katie Taylor’s fight in Dublin earlier this year, and the world champion revealed the Irishman is ‘fun, supportive and really positive’.
‘Conor’s team reached out to me and just asked me if I was going to the AJ fight and then if I was interested in collaborating,’ she told Lucky Block. ‘He is so caring and he just wants everyone to be okay.
‘He’s really caring and obviously he’s the life of the party, isn’t he? But while he’s doing all that, he’s definitely thinking of others around him and just making sure everyone’s okay, so that was probably something people don’t see.
Ebanie Bridges (right) has opened up on her working relationship with Conor McGregor (left)
Bridges helped promote McGregor’s Forged Irish stout at Anthony Joshua’s fight
‘He’s nice, fun, supportive and really, really positive.’
Bridges added that she ‘feels sorry’ for McGregor, one of the most scrutinised athletes in the world.
‘I do feel sorry for him in a sense, especially in public,’ she said. ‘There’s so much pressure and he could probably never just be Conor Mcgregor, like properly. Do you know what I mean? Especially in public – I get that a little bit but not to his scale – all the security around him and always having to be careful what you say, it’s very extreme.’
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Bridges admitted she’d be working at McDonald’s if her social media career didn’t take off.
‘I’m in the top 0.1% of earners on OnlyFans. I haven’t had a paycheck from boxing since December f***ing 2022, so I suppose, thank f*** for OnlyFans, otherwise I’d be working at f***ing McDonald’s or something in order to support myself over here, she added.
The Australian also revealed she’d be working at McDonald’s if it wasn’t for OnlyFans
‘So thank God for OnlyFans, because it keeps me going, and it keeps me being able to train at the gym full time and saves me from not having to go get a second job, because I’m not getting paid, because I’m not boxing, it just helps me with my life, It helps me set up my future.
‘God willing I have children, it helps set up their future. I think the people that judge me for OnlyFans and what I do on OnlyFans clearly haven’t subscribed, because if they did, they wouldn’t be talking the s*** that they talk.
‘It’s exclusive content. And you get to chat with me there and I enjoy it. I enjoy getting to know my fans. So people can complain as much as they want.’