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Claressa Shields personal details

First Name Claressa
Last Name Shields
Nickname/s T-Rex
Birth Name Claressa Shields
Age 23 
Date of Birth March 17, 1995
Born Flint, Michigan, United States
Residence Flint, Michigan, United States
Status Active
Nationality American
Weight class Middleweight
Weight range 165 - 168lbs / 75 - 76kg
Preferred 165lbs / 75kg
Height 5ft 10in / 177cm
Reach 68in
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Boxing Professional
2x Olympic Champion





Claressa Shields fight history

W Tori Nelson Unanimous Decision Boxing†† 01/12/18 Turning Stone Resort & Casino, Verona, New York, United States
2:00 R10 / 10×2 Pro WBC World and IBF World Super Middleweight titles
W Nikki Adler TKO Boxing†† 08/04/17 MGM Grand Detroit, Detroit, Michigan, United States
1:34 R5 / 10×2 Pro WBC World and vacant IBF World Super Middleweight titles
W Sydney LeBlanc Unanimous Decision Boxing 06/16/17 Masonic Temple, Detroit, Michigan, United States
2:00 R8 / 8×2 Pro vacant WBC Silver Super Middleweight title
W Szilvia Szabados TKO Boxing 03/10/17 MGM Grand Detroit, Detroit, Michigan, United States
1:30 R4 / 6×2 Pro vacant NABF Middleweight title
W Franchon Crews Unanimous Decision Boxing 11/19/16 T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
2:00 R4 / 4×2 Pro ……………………………………………………………………………………..

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Claressa Shields’ Bio

Claressa Shields is a female boxer fighter from Flint, Michigan, United States.

She began boxing at the age of 11. She is a 2x Olympic Gold Medallist. Claressa competed at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, the first Olympics to feature women’s boxing, and won the inaugural women’s Middleweight division. This made her the first American woman to win a Boxing Gold medal. At 17 years old, she was also the youngest Olympic Boxing Champion since 1924. In 2016, Claressa again won the middleweight division, becoming the first American boxer, male or female, to win back-to-back Olympic Gold. The 2016 Olympics was the first to award a Val Barker Trophy to a female boxer, and is awarded to the best boxer of the tournament. Claressa won this inaugural award.

She turned professional in 2016, and made her pro debut in November.

Achievements

Boxing Titles

2017 - IBF World Super Middleweight Boxing Champion
2017 - WBC World Super Middleweight Boxing Champion
2017 - WBC Silver Super Middleweight Boxing Champion
2017 - NABF Middleweight Boxing Champion
2016 - Summer Olympic Games, Boxing Middleweight 75kg / Rio de Janeiro  Gold
2016 - AIBA Boxing World Championships, Elite Middleweight 75kg  Gold
2015 - Pan American Games, Boxing Middleweight 75kg  Gold
2015 - USA National Boxing Championships  Gold
2014 - USA National Boxing Championships  Gold
2014 - AIBA Boxing World Championships, Elite Middleweight 75kg  Gold
2013 - Boxing Youth World Championships  Gold
2013 - USA National Youth Boxing Championships  Gold
2012 - Summer Olympic Games, Boxing Middleweight 75kg / London  Gold
2012 - U.S. Boxing Olympic Team Trials, Middleweight 165 lbs  Gold
2011 - Women’s Elite Continental Championships  Gold
2011 - National Police Athletic Championship, Middleweight 165 lbs  Gold
2x Junior Olympic Championships, Boxing  Gold

Boxing Awards

2016 - Summer Olympic Games | Val Barker Trophy
2016 - AIBA Boxing World Championships | Boxer of the Tournament
2015 - USA Boxing | Female Boxer of the Year
2013 - AIBA | Female Youth Boxer of the Year
2011 - National Police Athletic Championship | Top Overall Boxer

Media Appearances

Filmography

T-Rex: Her Fight for Gold (2015) - Documentary as Herself

Other Social Network Links

Facebook: Claressa Shields Personal Page

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