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Claressa Shields: Olympic Gold Medalist Fighting For Flint & History | SI Films | Sports Illustrated



17-year-old Claressa Shields is fighting to become the first women’s middleweight gold medalist in Olympic history at the London games, but she is also fighting for much more.
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  • she's great boxer and with clarissa and Katie Taylor now pro,the two best women boxer's ever and in my mind as good as any man/woman boxers in world!

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