Claressa Shields received a unanimous resolution over Marie-Eve Dicaire of their 154-pound unification bout Friday evening.
Shields (11-0) received 100-90 on all three playing cards.
Shields was preventing in her hometown of Flint — in a matchup that was beforehand scheduled for May 9 earlier than being referred to as off due to the coronavirus. Shields additionally had a struggle scheduled in opposition to Ivana Habazin in Flint in 2019, however that was scrapped after an altercation earlier than the weigh-in. Shields finally defeated Habazin in a rescheduled struggle in New Jersey.
With the win over Dicaire (17-1), Shields grew to become the unified WBC, WBO, IBF and WBA tremendous junior middleweight world champion.
Also Friday, Danielle Perkins (3-0) outpointed Monika Harrison (2-2) to win the WBC silver heavyweight championship, bantamweight Jamie Mitchell (6-0-2) stopped Noemi Bosques (12-16-3) within the fifth spherical, and 2012 Olympic bronze medallist Marlen Esparza (9-1) outpointed Shelly Barnett (4-4-2) in one other bantamweight struggle.