Shields: “Green’s Performance Was Low Tier; I’ll Beat Her Too!”

Claressa Shields Is Not Impressed with Shadasia Green

Claressa Shields not impressed with Shadasia Green's performance
Claressa Shields not impressed with Shadasia Green's performance

Claressa Shields Clowns Shadasia Green’s Performance

Two-divisional undisputed champion Claressa “T-Rex” Shields (14-0, 2KO) wasted no time in going after number one-ranked super middleweight Shadasia “Sweet Terminator” Green (13-0, 11KO).

Being known as a power puncher is good until said boxer fails to stop an unknown opponent. It’s what Green is experiencing after going the distance with Olivia Curry, who turned out to be tougher than expected on August 5.

In addition, she came out with Hall of Fame Inductee and once-feared puncher Ann Wolfe. Sweet Terminator has been compared to Wolfe by those within the boxing community.

Shields has been hearing whispers from boxing fans that Green is a threat to anyone, including her. So it only made sense that she quickly took to social media to kill all that noise following the fight.

This is not the first time the two-divisional undisputed champion expressed a willingness to fight Green. She decided to forgo the rematch with undisputed super middleweight champion Savannah Marshall, in order for Green to get the fight. Shields wants the first shot at fighting the winner.

Then she shocked the boxing public by revealing that Sweet Terminator turned down the opportunity to fight her at light heavyweight. Shields successfully defended the undisputed middleweight crown against late replacement Maricelo Cornejo on June 3.

It is apparent these two are heading for a collision. The question remains: will Green fight Shields or go for undisputed first?

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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."