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Claressa Shields (10-0, 2 KO), just 25 years old, is already world boxing history. Is the only female double Olympic champion and now he also wants his own record in rental boxing. Her first goal with the hard bandage was to be a unified champion. She did it in April 2019, when she became the only middleweight champion. It was not the first and he wanted something exclusive, so he went super welterweight. Right now she is the WBC and WBO monarch of those 154 pounds and on March 5 she hopes to be the undisputed of the category in an event that will be broadcast on PPV in the United States.
The American will face Canadian Marie-Eve Dicaire (17-0, 0 KO), who owns the IBF belt. So how can she be the only champion? The WBA makes a movement that is often highly criticized and will put into play the first female ‘Super Championship’ in history. That is, the current champion, the Costa Rican Hanna Gabriels, will be downgraded to be Regular champion (interim) and Shiedls or Dicaire will be the highest monarch. A mess, as usual.
Outside of nomenclatures, Shields could have what you are looking for, as she would be the main champion of the four main organisms. No one in history (male or female) has managed to unify two divisions, so T-Rex pursues the milestone. With everything she has won, only challenges move her. This is one and the next will be his MMA debut. The one from Michigan has been working in Albuquerque (New Mexico) for months to debut in the modality. He has already returned to exclusive boxing training, something he will keep until the fight. If he goes well, he will return to practicing MMA right after his fight and hopes to make his debut in June.. A few months ago she signed a contract with PFL, although she herself admitted that she must go step by step and that she will not fight in that company until “at least 2021.” From challenge to challenge.
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