Boxing star Ebanie Bridges left an interviewer in stitches after a conversation about her pet kitten took an X-rated turn.

The Aussie world champion was talking about her cat Gracie, before the chat turned inappropriate.

And Bridges reckons it is about time she cashes in on her viral weigh-ins.

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She told Best Women’s Boxing Show: “My kitty, oh yeah, oh that p****, my p****, sorry her name’s Gracie.

“Not her, I’m talking about my cat but I know I’ve got my little p****.

“Yeah she’s actually great cause she does so many tricks I can’t wait. This is going way off. My kitten does lots of tricks, not my p****.

“Do you want to see my p**** cause I want you to zoom right in on it. Can you see it?

“No anyway, my kitten, she’s a Russian blue, her name’s Gracie and she does all kinds of tricks.

“She’s so smart, she does sit, she does high-five, she jumps. She’s coming up five months now.

“She does spin, she does stand, she does lay down, she’s incredible.”

Bridges is renowned for her racy lingerie at weigh-ins and reckons it is time to cash in on her viral outfits.

“To be fair, my weigh-ins make about 20 million views, and that’s a lot,” she said.

“So any sponsors that want their business advertised on me at my weigh-ins, hit me up, but it’s costly.

“I pretty much get an article written in every country, in every language with my weigh-ins.”

Her weigh-ins have become legendary among boxing fans — with her choice of lingerie making promoter Eddie Hearn blush.

But Bridges makes no apologies for who she is and what she wears.

“Why would I go and buy f***ing underwear that I would never wear again?” she told The Sun earlier this year.

“And because everyone else wears Calvin Klein matching underwear, should I go and buy the same? No way!

“I want to wear underwear that I actually like. I was also a bodybuilder for 10 years of my life, so I would stand on stage with a G-string, flexing, posing and looking pretty.

“For me, wearing a nice matching lingerie set is just like wearing a bikini like I did on stage. I am standing there owning what I look like, and showing off my body that I’ve worked so hard to get.

“I want to be myself and go and enjoy that one moment. A weigh-in for me is like a bodybuilding competition. I do my hair and make-up, wear a cute little G-string, and smile for the cameras.

“It has absolutely nothing to do with, ‘Oh, this is going to sell (fights)’. Thankfully it does. What I like to do sells. How I like to fight sells. But it’s just me being me and doing what I want to do.

“I push that message. Be you, be real. It’s not female empowerment. But I’m not hiding my femininity because I’m in a male-dominated sport.

“People think it’s me wearing lingerie that fans want to see, but it’s not the lingerie that gets the seven million views.

“It’s the whole thing. The way I move, the confidence I have, because I am an ex-bodybuilder and is what I do naturally. “I do it because I f****** love it.”

This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission

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