Claressa Shields Accepts Challenge From Alejandra Jimenez

Claressa Shields Responds To Alejandra Jimenez' Callout!

Claressa Shields (left), Alejandra Jimenez
Claressa Shields (left), Alejandra Jimenez

Claressa Shields calls Alejandra Jimenez’ bluff!

The self proclaimed G.W.O.A.T (Greatest Woman Of All Time) and unified junior middleweight champion Claressa “T-Rex” Shields, always looking for new challengers, may have just found one.

Newly crowned unified female super middleweight champion Alejandra Jimenez (12-0-1, 9ko) is fresh off of dethroning Franchon Crews-Dezun. Without delay, she called out Shields. As expected, we all know the Detroit three-divisional champion wasn’t going to let that slide.

Shields took to social media and not only accepted the challenge, but let it be known she felt her former foe had won the fight.

Claressa Shields via Twitter
Claressa Shields via Twitter

The Mexican unified female champion has stated wanting the fight at middleweight. However, a case can be made why Shields should consider going back to her old division and take the fight there.


The unified junior middleweight champion has expressed wanting to fight the other unified super middleweight champion Elin Cederroos (8-0, 4ko). The 34-year-old Swedish champion was victorious against Alicia Napoleon-Espinosa on the undercard of Shields dominating performance against Ivana Habazin.

Furthermore, the Detroit champion could position herself to become a two-divisional undisputed champion. That was something that eluded her at super middleweight and now it can happen within the next two fights.

Shields is never one to shy away from a challenge and loves being callout, so this is the perfect opportunity to add even more accolades to an already impressive career.

By: Garrisson Bland

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Garrisson Bland - Head of Public Relations/Senior Journalist. Garrisson is the Head of Public relations for as well as a senior writer. He is also the host of YouTube boxing show "Truth And Facts Sports Talk."