Ebanie Bridges has Conor McGregor retirement plan after collab with UFC star

Ebanie Bridges is planning for life after boxing after going into business with UFC icon Conor McGregor.

The Blonde Bomber returns to the ring this weekend when she defends her IBF world bantamweight title in San Francisco. She was originally due to fight fellow Aussie Avril Mathie in what had been dubbed the ‘Battle of the Boobs’, but an injury to Mathie means Bridges will face Miyo Yoshida instead.

While deadly serious about her boxing career, Bridges has also emerged as an astute businesswoman, with her presence on social media and in the world of adult content creation proving to be a lucrative sideline.

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The 37-year-old has also joined forces with McGregor as the face of his Forged Irish Stout brand. Bridges says working with The Notorious has been natural progression and she plans to put the business acumen she learns from the Dubliner to good use once she hangs up her gloves.

“Obviously, mine and his collaboration is a little bit deeper,” she told Lucky Block. “I’m a face for Forged Stout now. I can learn a lot from him as well for when I finish boxing – and what he's doing in business, I think is really inspiring.

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‌“It was natural and we'll be working together for the remainder of my career. We work really well together. I'm great for his brand and he's great for my brand, and we get along really well.”

Asked about the prospect of McGregor fighting again in UFC, Bridges said: “I don’t know who it will be but I know he’s training. I’ve seen clips of him training and he’s busy in the gym.

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“I don’t know if he puts it on his socials. I don’t really look at his social pages to be fair, but I’ve obviously seen some of his training stuff that he’s done.”

McGregor hasn't fought since back-to-back defeats to Dustin Poirer in 2021 but has hinted he could return to the Octagon next year.

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