Ebanie Bridges "overshadowed the boxing" as she glammed-up for a night on the town.
The Blonde Bomber claimed the IBF bantamweight world title a year ago today (March 26) – and it seems she celebrated on Saturday night as she posted a video to Twitter of her dressed to impress in a low-cut top, leather leggings and high heels.
She captioned the post: "Saturday night things." And one of her 300k-plus followers joked the 12-second clip would be much more entertaining than the night's in-ring action, replying: "Well that's a couple of fight cards completely overshadowed tonight."
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Plenty of others were in awe of what they'd seen, with one praising: "She's so damn gorgeous." Another echoed: "Beautiful. So beautiful."
A third hailed: "Fellas. Get you a woman that can do both!!" While a fourth opted to crudely comment: "Phil and bloody Grant."
Unfortunately for fight fans, the first follower's prediction was accurate when it came to Lawrence Okolie's title defence against David Light.
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The cruiserweights put on a very underwhelming showing at the Manchester Arena which some even labelled the "worst TV main event in British boxing history".
Things picked up later in the night, though, with David Benavidez and Caleb Plant putting on quite the show in Las Vegas. The former came out on top of a unanimous decision to earn a shot at Canelo Alvarez.
The latter, meanwhile, was taken to hospital, later reassuring fans he was just undergoing precautionary checks have taken a fair chunk of damage in the fight. Bridges shared the message to her Instagram story with clapping emojis.
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