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Boxer Ebanie Bridges Jokes COVID Jab Made Her Boobs Look Bigger After Sharing Racy Photo

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Boxer Ebanie Bridges Jokes COVID Jab Made Her Boobs Look Bigger After Sharing Racy Photo

Australian professional boxer Ebanie Bridges hilariously teased that her COVID-19 shot made her boobs appear bigger after posting a steamy selfie on Twitter.

The Blonde Bomber has won seven of her eight professional boxing fights, with her only defeat coming to Shannon Courtenay last April in London.

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And Bridges, who turned pro in 2018 after a 26-4 record as an amateur, won her last fight against Mailys Gangloff at Emerald Headingley Stadium in Leeds last September.

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The 35-year-old blonde stunner took to social media and posted her selfie, with Bridges wearing a low-cut blue top that showed off her cleavage.

“Damn Pfizer,” Bridges tweeted, adding an upside-down face and smiling emojis.

Bridges followed up her hilarious tweet with a screenshot from an article with the following headline: “women are claiming ‘boobs get bigger’ after having Pfizer jab.”

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Bridges recently hit out at her “trolls” and “haters” after one of her racy snaps was pulled down from Instagram.

“OK the trolls/haters are winning TBH. Eh keep reporting my pic. I can't re-post my pic,” she wrote on Instagram Story.

“Last thing I wanna do is lose my account. Hope y’all screenshotted it for you backgrounds before it got removed. Happy New Year.”

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Credit: Ebanie Bridges/Instagram
Credit: Ebanie Bridges/Instagram
Credit: Ebanie Bridges/Instagram
Credit: Ebanie Bridges/Instagram

The Aussie hasn’t been afraid to flaunt her body on Instagram and boasts 361k followers on the social media platform.

Bridges, who is a trained maths teacher, holds the ANBF female super-bantamweight title.

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However, the boxer hasn’t fought in her native homeland since she won the then-vacant title against Carol Earl in March 2021.

Bridges’ last three fights have all been staged in the UK, with the Blonde Bomber sending a message to her critics on New Year’s Eve.

“Thought I’d start it with a [bang],” she wrote to her 89.3k followers on Twitter.

“I will be going into 2022 the same way I entered 2021 [by] not giving a f**k what people think, being me, being real, chasing my dreams and aiming to achieve greatness.”

Featured Image Credit: Ebanie Bridges' Instagram/PA

Topics: Boxing

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