Claressa Shields has defeated Canada’s Marie-Eve Dicaire via UD last night to become the first boxer in the four-belt era to hold undisputed titles in two different weight classes.
The fight took place in Michigan, US, with the fight being the main event of a PPV constructed only by female fights.
Shields put on the line her WBC and WBO light-middleweight belts, while her opponent was the IBF ruler with the vacant WBA “Super” belt was also put into the mix.
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The scheduled for ten rounds bout went a full distance. In the end, all three judges scored the fight 100-90 in favor of Shields, who as a result took a dominant win by unanimous decision.