A shining amateur stint saw the London prospect win the 2017 Elite national amateur title at 57kg and the English Title at Youth level having entered after only four amateur bouts. Scotney was in serious contention for a GB Olympic qualifying place for Tokyo 2020 before leaving the programme last year to pursue her pro career.
She moved 1-0 with a spiteful and impressive six round decision win over Bec Connolly on her debut before decisioning Mailys Gangloff in her second pro outing.
Scotney won her first fight out of Shane McGuigan's gym in October 2021, beating Eva Cantos 79-73 at the O2 Arena and defeated defending European Super-Bantamweight champion Mary Romero in just her sixth pro fight on the undercard of Katie Taylor-Helen Carabajal a year later.
Originally scheduled to contest Cherneka Johnson for the IBF World Super-Bantamweight Title on the Katie Taylor-Chantelle Cameron undercard in April, Scotney had to wait until June before finally getting in the ring and it was worth the wait as she turned in a career-best performance to dethrone Johnson on points.
Scotney successfully defended her World Title against Spain's Laura Griffa in September and is now chasing unifications.