Who is the Boyfriend of Claressa Shields? Bio, Net Worth, Age, Height

Facts of  Claressa Shields
Full Name: Claressa Shields
Age: 67 Years
Birthday: 1955-3-17
Birthplace: Flint, Michigan in the United States
Nationality: American
Gender: Female
Horoscope: Pisces
Boyfriend: Tony Richardson
Net Worth: $4 million
Height: In feet & inches: 5’8”
Profession: Boxer
Sibling: Dusable Lewis,  Artis Mack, Braina

Claressa Maria Shields, better known as Claressa Shields, is a professional boxer and mixed martial artist from the United States. Shields, regarded as the world’s best active female light middleweight fighter, holds the record for becoming a two-weight world champion in the fewest professional fights. 

What is the Age of Claressa Shields?

Claressa Shields was born on March 17, 1995, in Los Angeles, California. Claressa Maria Shields is her given name. Her birthplace is Flint, Michigan, which is located in the United States. She is a nationality of the United States. Her father, Bo Shields, and mother, Marcella Adams, gave birth to her. Flint, Michigan is her hometown. Briana Shields, Dusable Lewis, and Artis Mack are her three siblings. She is of African-American ethnicity and follows the Christian religion. She was baptized at the age of thirteen. Her astrological sign is Pisces.

Who is the Boyfriend of Claressa Shields?

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Caption: Claressa Shields, with her boyfriend Tony Richardson (Photo: Pimiso)

Claressa Shields has never been married. She is not, however, single. She is currently in a relationship with Tony Richardson, the owner of a gym. He is the owner of AT Fitness Gym and an ISSA-certified fitness trainer. It is unclear when they began dating, but they made their relationship public in November 2020.

What is the Height of Claressa Shields?

Claressa Shields has a height of 1.73 m, or 5 feet and 8 inches. She weighs 155 pounds or 70 kilograms. She has a 68-inch reach. She has a slim, athletic build. Her eyes are dark brown, and her hair is black. Her sexual orientation is heterosexual.

What is the Net Worth of Claressa Shields?

Claressa Shields is a well-known and successful boxer. She had won numerous titles in various weight divisions and set several records in fewer fights. She earns a good living from her fights. Her earnings are derived from contracts, salaries, wins, sponsorships, and endorsements.

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Caption: claressa shields, Boxer (Photo: Playerswiki)

She is also an MMA fighter who is currently signed with the Professional Fighters League. In 2018, she appeared in a Walmart commercial. She has a BOSE endorsement deal. To summarize, she earns a living through her fighting career. Her net worth is currently estimated to be around $4 million.

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Claressa Shields’ Career Line

  • Claressa Shields learned to box from her father. Her father was a boxer who competed in underground leagues.
  • Shields’ father initially refused to allow her to pursue boxing, but she was eventually allowed to do so when she was 11 years old.
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    Caption: claressa shields, Boxer (Photo: The Guardian)
  • She began her training at Berston Field House in Flint with Jason Crutchfield.
  • She won two Junior Olympic gold medals, which qualified her for her first open-division tournament, the National Police Athletic League Championships, in 2011.
  • She won the middleweight championship. She was named the overall champion.
  • At the 2012 Olympic Trials, she defeated the reigning national champion, Franchon Crews-Dezurn, the 2010 world champion, Andrecia Wasson, and Pittsburgh’s Tika Hemingway to win the middleweight class.
  • In 2011, she took first place in her weight class at the Women’s Elite Continental Championships in Cornwall, Ontario. Mary Spencer, the three-time defending world champion, was defeated.
  • At the 2012 Summer Olympics, she won gold in the women’s middleweight division. In the final, she defeated Russian boxer Nadezda Torlopova.
  • In 2014, she won the World Championship gold medal, and in 2015, she won the Pan American Games gold medal.
  • She took gold in the 2016 AMBC Olympic Qualifying tournament. At the 2016 Olympics, she won a gold medal in the women’s middleweight division.
  • She received the Val Barker Trophy in its inaugural women’s division.
  • In 2016, she won the World Championship gold medal.
  • She had a 77-win-and-one-loss amateur boxing record.
  • Shields made his professional debut in November of 2016.
  • She defeated Franchon Crews-Dezurn in her first professional fight.
  • In March 2017, she defeated Szilvia Szabados to win the American Boxing Federation middleweight title.
  • In June 2017, she won a decision over Sydney LeBlanc.
  • In August 2017, she defeated defending champion Nikki Adler to win the WBC super-middleweight title as well as the vacant IBF super-middleweight title.
  • In 2017, she received the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Sports Award for “Biggest Powerhouse.”
  • She defended her WBC and IBF female super middleweight titles and won the WBAN super-middleweight title in January 2018 by defeating Tori Nelson. It was her first time in her professional career going all ten rounds.
  • She began training with coach John David Jackson.
  • In June 2018, she defeated Hanna Gabriel to win the vacant WBA and IBF middleweight titles. During Round 1, she received her first professional knockdown.
  • In 2018, she was inducted into the USA Boxing Alumni Association Hall of Fame.
  • She received the 2018 Christy Martin Award – Female Fighter of the Year from the Boxing Writers Association of America.
  • In April 2019, she became the undisputed women’s middleweight world champion, unifying the WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO middleweight titles, as well as The Ring magazine’s inaugural middleweight title. Christina Hammer was defeated by a unanimous decision.
  • In January 2020, she defeated Ivana Habazin to win the vacant WBO junior middleweight title, becoming the fastest woman or man in history to win titles in three divisions.
  • In March 2021, she defeated Marie-Eve Dicaire to retain her WBC and WBO super welterweight titles, as well as the IBF 154-pound belt and the vacant WBA light-middleweight strap.
  • In addition to her boxing career, she began her MMA career in 2020.
  • In November 2020, she signed a three-year contract with the Professional Fighters League.
  • She began learning Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. She received her training from IBJJF no-gi World Champion Roberto Alencar.
  • In late 2020, she began training at JacksonWink MMA.
  • In June 2021, she made her MMA debut at PFL 4. She made her professional debut against Brittney Elkin, defeating her by TKO in round three.
  • On October 27, 2021, she was defeated by Abigail Montes in a split decision at PFL 10. It was the only second MMA fight of her career.