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Claressa Shields

Claressa Maria Shields is an American professional boxer and mixed martial artist, she was born on 17 March 1995. She has held multiple world championships in three weight classes, including the undisputed female light middleweight title since March 2021; the undisputed female middleweight title from 2019 to 2020; and the unified WBC and IBF female super middleweight titles from 2017 to 2018. Shields currently holds the record for becoming a two and three-weight world champion in the fewest professional fights. Today we will discuss about Claressa Shields: Net Worth| Baby| MMA| Sherdog:

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Shields is the only boxer in history, female or male, to hold all four major world titles in boxing—WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO—simultaneously, in two weight classes. She is the first woman to win lineal championships in two weight classes. As of November 2020, she is ranked as the world’s best active female light middleweight by The Ring and BoxRec, as well as the best active female boxer, pound for pound, by Lineal Boxing Champion and ESPN, second by The Ring, and fourth by BoxRec.

Real name Claressa Maria Shields
Nickname(s) T-Rex
  • Light middleweight
  • Middleweight
  • Super middleweight
Height 5 ft 8 in (173 cm)
Reach 68 in (173 cm)
Nationality American
Born March 17, 1995 (age 26)
Flint, Michigan, U.S.
Boxing record
Total fights 11
Wins 11
Wins by KO 2
Losses 0

Net Worth

professional boxer Claressa Shields has an estimated net worth of $3.5 million. Shields earned most of her wealth from being a professional boxer and wining an Olympic title twice in a row. Claressa is one of only seven boxers in history to hold all four major world titles in boxing – WBO, IBF, WBC, and WBA – simultaneously.


Claressa Shields

Claressa Shields seems to have it all as she heads to Rio to box for Team USA, including a gold medal from London. After winning the gold in 2012 at age 17, Shields got a new coach and won two World Championships. But there is one thing that she doesn’t have: her baby girl.

Shields reportedly wanted a child, and the perfect situation seemed to present itself. Her cousin was pregnant, and was considering an abortion because she already had two kids and couldn’t afford another one. Shields convinced her to have the child and let her adopt it.


Claressa Shields makes her MMA debut with the Professional Fight League on Thursday night – the first step to an intriguing extension of her legacy.

The two-time Olympic gold medal winner, three-weight world champion and two-weight undisputed champion calls herself the ‘GWOAT’ – Greatest Woman of All Time – and has a strong claim to be women’s boxing’s No 1.

But she is switching sports to mixed martial arts to fight Brittney Elkin and tells Sky Sports about relocating to New Mexico, a hub of MMA, to train alongside UFC great Jon Jones and pioneer Holly Holm.


In November 2020 news surfaced that Shields had signed a three-year contract with Professional Fighters League and is expected to make her mixed martial arts debut in 2021. Since Shields first announced that her MMA debut, she has also begun training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and has gone to train under IBJJF no gi World Champion Roberto Alencar, alongside Holly Holm. She also started training at JacksonWink MMA in late 2020. Shields will make her MMA debut at PFL 4 on June 10, 2021 against Brittney Elkin.