Ebanie Bridges in hysterics at Jake Paul KO footage which trolls Tyron Woodley

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Ebanie Bridges posted on social media to express her apparent delight at Tyron Woodley’s knockout at the hands of Jake Paul.

Paul faced off against Woodley on December 18 in Tampa, Florida, and was put out cold by the YouTube star in the sixth round, making for the second time in which he’s been defeated by the 24-year-old.

The former UFC welterweight filled in at short notice after Tommy Fury, the former Love Island contestant and boxing professional, pulled out of the bout citing medical reasons.

Woodley, however, found himself on the losing side once again.

And Bridges, 35, appeared to find the ordeal hilarious.

She posted on her Instagram story a repost of a video in which Wooley’s unconscious body floats through a series of animations, accompanied by a series of laughing emojis.

The Australian has gained a huge number of followers in recent years.

She last week shared the "heartbreaking" footage which showed her injury against Shannon Courtenay that left her disfigured.

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The pair met back in April at the Copper Box fighting the undercard of Conor Benn's WBA continental title defence against Samuel Vargas.

Bridges lost via unanimous decision and also had to contend with an accidental headbutt by Courtenay.

As a result of the loss, the bantamweight missed out on the vacant WBA title. She then posted a video uploaded to Instagram, showing the extent of her injury.

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Bridges captioned the post: “That time I got head-butted by Shanny in our fight. I've had my fair share of injuries during fights and camps, but I ALWAYS push through.

“I think injuries are one of the most heartbreaking things an athlete experiences. Let’s hope 2022 is a little more injury free for The Blonde Bomber.”

Bridges will be hoping for a better 2022 in which she can earn her eighth professional win as well as pushing for her first world title.

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