Ebanie Bridges had fans going potty as she posed for sexy snaps with snooker legends Ken Doherty, Dennis Taylor and Jimmy White.
The Blonde Bomber swapped the boxing ring for the old green baize on Tuesday afternoon as she paid a visit to the Crucible for the World Snooker Championship. Bridges was treated to a VIP tour of the famous Sheffield venue before settling down to watch Stuart Bingham defeat Haotian Lyu 10-5.
She also got to meet some of the legends of the game, including 1985 champion Taylor, 1997 champion Doherty and six-time runner-up White, posing for a picture with each of them.
Wearing a pair of nude heels, tight green trousers and a white tank top, Bridges received plenty of positive comments on Twitter and Instagram as she wowed fans.
"Wow you're gorgeous," commented one adoring follower. While someone else wrote "Brilliant pics Ebanie." Others were a little more crude and asked: "Pink or brown?"
Bridges herself joined in the smuttiness while watching Bingham take on Lyu. With one frame level at 69-all, she wrote on Instagram: "Tied at 69 they musta known I was coming."
The New South Wales-born fighter also met Matchroom founder Barry Hearn and suggested he had a better sense of humour than son Eddie. Posting a picture of the two of them on social media, she said: "Me and @BarryHearn having a good banter.
"Now I know where @EddieHearn gets it from, although I think Barry is the funnier Hearn." Unlike Eddie, father Barry even looked at Bridges as she posed next to him.
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And it seems the bantamweight champion was in something of a funny mood during her visit to the Crucible. As she watched the talented potters sink their balls as she asked whether snooker was full of sexual innuendos.
"Is it just me or is #Snooker full of sexual innuendos," she tweeted with a series of grimacing and laughing emojis. She then asked: "What’s your best one? #SnookerRelated"
On this evidence, it looks like Bridges has officially gone snooker loopy.