Boxing beauty Kaye Scott turns into green She-Hulk in sizzling hot sauna pic

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Australian boxer Kaye Scott showed off her killer body as she turned into a green She-Hulk during a trip to the sauna.

The 38-year-old babe channelled her inner-Jennifer Walters (that's the actual name of She-Hulk, for those who don't know), as she sheltered away from the rain in Sydney. Wearing nothing but a cute striped bikini which showed her toned abs, Scott captioned the snap: "Back with that green HULK light on in the sauna. It’s the only way I’ll get a bikini on in Sydney atm… rain, rain go away!!"

Scott's selfie certainly went down well on social media, with one fan writing: "Beautiful x." Someone else said: "Smoking hot babe." While a third person opted for a more Freudian outlook and wrote: "Sexy mother."

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Scott is now back in Australia after winning her second Commonwealth Games medal in Birmingham last month. The popular star picked up a bronze medal at the 2018 Games on the Gold Coast but went one better in the Midlands, winning silver.

The Aussie fighter almost claimed gold but was stopped in the final of the women's 70kg event by Wales' Rosie Eccles. Despite her impressive performance in Birmingham, Scott was left wondering what might have been.

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"Definitely not the performance I planned or anywhere near what I’m capable of," she wrote after winning silver. "Sometimes in sport, it’s not your day. That happened to me, but full respect to my opponent, Rosie, who brought the heat.

"Learning to be proud of my overall effort and preparation to get here rather than that last single bout. I had a stellar performance the night earlier but wasn’t able to back it up. I’m winning in many ways and it’s still an upgrade from 2018’s bronze medal."

Scott has been at the forefront of women's boxing Down Under since a 22-year ban was lifted in 2009. She also captained Australia at the 2014 Commonwealths in Glasgow. The blonde athlete is popular on social media and recently hinted that she is itching to get back into the ring.

"Getting itchy knuckles," she wrote, alongside a picture of herself in the squared circle.


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