AFL News: Bailey Smith ripped in new Instagram photos, Western Bulldogs star shows off her platform


Cult hero Bailey Smith has given fans a glimpse of something he’s never shown before – a close-up shot of his famously fierce rig.

The Western Bulldogs star took to Instagram to show that he’s in top form during pre-season training and already looks in top form.

On Sunday, the 21-year-old posted a photo to his Instagram Stories showing him taking a selfie in front of a mirror with his chiseled frame on full display.

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Smith’s post included a separate close-up photo that showed off the incredible definition of his abs and his amazing vascularity with his veins doing their best to push out of his skin.

Good luck to any teammates who need to do a skinfold test or BMI measurement after Smith.

“Levels there,” Smith captioned the photo.

It’s no wonder Smith has become the most followed AFL player on Instagram with his army of supporters now reaching over 364,000.

Smith has posted plenty of shirtless photos before, but this latest one will amaze his followers.

Smith is in a relationship with Gemma Dawkins and, after months of rumors, they made their romance Instagram official in September.

Smith has previously opened up about her efforts to keep her personal life private, despite her huge social media presence.

Last year, he revealed battles with mental health and some horrific aspects of being such a high-profile figure.

He was once the victim of a viral fake nude photo scandal and revealed he repeatedly received requests for private messages, including a text offer of $50,000 to sleep with someone.

Smith announced in December that he was taking “indefinite leave” from football to deal with a family matter and personal issues.

The Bulldogs gave him an extended leave over the summer to train alone away from his teammates.

His turbulent year included some impressive performances for the Bulldogs as the team slipped through to the Finals. However, he was also suspended for two matches under the AFL’s illegal drugs policy following a league investigation into video which appeared to show Smith snorting an unknown substance.


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