Conor McGregor Receives Bold Invitation To Join OnlyFa*s from Boxing Champion Ebanie Bridges
In a surprising turn of events, Conor McGregor finds himself at the center of attention once again, but this time it’s due to an unexpected invitation from boxing champion Ebanie Bridges. The pair previously crossed paths during an event, and now Bridges has suggested that McGregor should consider joining the popular content-sharing platform, OnlyFans. Could this unconventional career move be on the horizon for the Irish UFC star?
While McGregor has been dealing with legal issues stemming from his recent Miami incident, Bridges has seized the opportunity to add fuel to the fire. Photos of McGregor and Bridges together have surfaced, prompting speculation among fans and media alike. Bridges took it a step further by openly proposing that McGregor explore the world of OnlyFans, highlighting the platform’s potential for athletes and celebrities to share exclusive content with their fans.
Speaking to OnlyAccounts, Bridges clarified her viewpoint, emphasizing that OnlyFans doesn’t necessarily equate to explicit content. She believes it can serve as a unique way for athletes and public figures to connect with their audience, providing behind-the-scenes glimpses and exclusive updates. Bridges herself has found success on the platform and believes it can be a positive outlet for others.
Interestingly, Bridges appears to have a deep admiration for McGregor. She speaks of being inspired by him, noting his captivating presence and charisma that lights up any room he enters. The boxing champion also reveals that she and McGregor have been in communication for months, with the UFC star sending her encouraging messages before her fights. While some may interpret this as potential flirtation, McGregor’s fiancée and the mother of his child may have concerns about the nature of their relationship.
As McGregor navigates through legal troubles and contemplates his next career moves, the notion of him venturing into OnlyFans remains speculative. However, given his larger-than-life personality and ability to command attention, it wouldn’t be entirely surprising to see McGregor explore new avenues to engage with his fanbase. Only time will tell whether this invitation from Bridges will lead to a new chapter in McGregor’s already captivating journey.
Michael Chandler Voices Frustration Over Conor McGregor’s USADA Situation
Michael Chandler is growing increasingly impatient with Conor McGregor’s ongoing USADA predicament. As the coaches of Season 31 of “The Ultimate Fighter,” both fighters are expected to clash in a much-anticipated showdown by the year’s end. However, McGregor (22-6 MMA, 10-4 UFC) has yet to fulfill the mandatory requirement of re-entering the USADA testing pool for former champions before he can compete.
While UFC president Dana White previously expressed his belief that McGregor would return to the octagon before the year concludes, recent allegations of sexual assault and rape following Game 4 of the NBA Finals in Miami have cast a shadow of doubt on his anticipated comeback.
For Michael Chandler (23-8 MMA, 2-3 UFC), who is set to share the cage with McGregor, these recent developments have left him feeling uncertain about the situation. In a Twitter video, Chandler voiced his frustration, saying, “Alright guys, you guys have all seen the news: Conor’s not in USADA. One hundred and seventy-nine days left until December 16, which is supposed to be the last pay-per-view of the year. And comically, USADA shows up at my door today to add insult to injury. Where you at, boy?”
Chandler’s peers have taken note of the situation, with Arman Tsarukyan calling him out after his victory at UFC on ESPN 46. During the post-fight news conference, Tsarukyan remarked, “It looks like his fight with McGregor is over.”
The USADA online testing database indicates that McGregor has yet to submit a sample in 2023. Meanwhile, Chandler’s name appears once under the second quarter period, possibly unrelated to the visit he received from USADA today.
As fans eagerly await a resolution to this USADA standoff, Chandler’s frustration with McGregor’s absence from the testing pool only intensifies. Will McGregor step up and face his formidable opponent, or will the anticipated showdown fall through? The clock is ticking, and fight fans are anxiously watching to see what unfolds.
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