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Claressa Shields calls out Jake Paul for Intergender boxing match

LockerRoom Team
08 August 2023

Renowned female boxing champion, Claressa Shields, has recently joined the ranks of those calling out Jake Paul. The YouTuber-turned-boxer made a triumphant return to the ring against Nate Diaz, headlining a DAZN and ESPN pay-per-view clash.

Despite winning via a lopsided decision, Jake Paul faced criticism from many, including KSI. Claressa Shields echoed the sentiment, expressing her willingness to take on Jake Paul and questioning his skills following the Diaz fight.

This isn't the first time Shields has challenged Jake Paul, having done so since his professional boxing career began in 2020.

Despite her interest, Paul has primarily focused on calling out fighters like Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz. Undeterred, Shields remains eager for a significant fight, even teasing a potential return to the PFL cage in 2023.

Additionally, she's engaged in discussions with former champion Keith Thurman about a charity intergender exhibition boxing match.

“Yes facts remain I’ll get @jakepaul too. The level of skill being displayed is mediocre” She wrote on X.

Claressa Shields is a trailblazing female boxing champion, widely regarded as one of the most dominant fighters in the sport. Hailing from Flint, Michigan, Shields has shattered barriers and achieved extraordinary success throughout her career. As a two-time Olympic gold medalist, she made history as the first American boxer to win consecutive golds at the Games.

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Her transition to the professional ranks was equally remarkable, earning world titles in multiple weight classes. Known for her tenacity, skill, and unyielding determination, Shields continues to inspire and elevate women's boxing to new heights, leaving an indelible mark on the sport's history.


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If anyone who is a professional top ranked opponent or champion actually fights Paul. I will feel sorry for Paul, he will end up in a coma or dead. If Jake Paul was serious about a career in combat sports he would be working at amateur titles and working towards pro ranking and titles. plain and simple.

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