Claressa Shields

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Name: Claressa Shields
Alias: T-Rex
Birth Name: Claressa Maria Shields
Hometown: Flint, Michigan, USA
Birthplace: Flint, Michigan, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 173cm
Reach: 173cm
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record

Manager: Mark Taffet (2018-)

Claressa Shields won the 2012 Olympic Gold Medal, at middleweight, in women’s boxing, the first time the international competition recognized the sport. She also won the middleweight Gold Medal at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

T-Rex, a 2015 documentary film, is about Shields's 2012 Olympic Games campaign.

She was featured on the cover of the December 2016 issue of The Ring magazine (only the third female to be so featured: along with Cathy Davis and Ronda Rousey).

She finished her amateur boxing career with a record of 77-1 (18).

Olympic Games Results

2012 (in London, England)

2016 (in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Pan American Games results

2015 (in Toronto, Canada)

World Amateur championship results

2012 (in Qinhuangdao, China)

2014 (in Jeju City, South Korea)

2016 (in Astana, Kazakhstan)

Professional Records

  • Has defeated 7 opponents (1 by KO) in world title fights.
    • 2 opponents (1 by KO) in World Super Middleweight Title fights.
    • 4 opponents (0 by KO) in World Middleweight Title fights.
    • 1 opponent (0 by KO) in World Light Middleweight Title fights.
  • Has a record of 7-0 (1 KO) in world title fights.
  • Has a record of 4-0 (1 KO) against former or current world titlists.

Regional & Minor Titles

  • NABF Female Middleweight Title (March 2017-2017; 0 defenses)
  • WBC Silver Female Super Middleweight Title (June 2017-2017; 0 defenses)

World Titles

  • WBC World Female Super Middleweight Title (August 2017; 1 defense)
  • IBF World Female Super Middleweight Title (August 2017; 1 defense)
  • IBF World Female Middleweight Title (June 2018; 2 defenses)
  • WBA World Female Middleweight Title (June 2018; 2 defenses)
  • WBC World Female Middleweight Title (November 2018; 1 defense)