Shields vs Marshall: Date set and superfight odds

Claressa Shields vs Savannah Marshall Odds

Forget Crawford vs Spence and Fury vs Joshua, Claressa Shields vs Savannah Marshall might be the most exciting superfight of 2022 and the odds tell you how close it is. And now we have a done deal for a fight later in 2022!

Two women who absolutely hate each other are finally set to get it on for a second time after both registered comfortable victories on the other side of the pond recently.

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Shields defeated Emma Kozin in February with a comfortable points victory, and Marshall raised the stakes Saturday by absolutely destroying Femke Hermans inside three rounds.

Now all roads lead to a massive summer showdown and we have all the latest details.

Shields vs Marshall Odds

The odds could not be closer right now, with Marshall the early favorite:

BetOddsSportsbook
Savannah Marshall-125FanDuel, bet365
Claressa Shields+125BetMGM, Borgata
Draw+1600Widely available

NB: Odds correct on June 24, 2022

When is Shields vs Marshall

Initially the smart money had been on the fight happening in late June, but an injury to Savannah meant that was impossible.

Now it appears the date is set for Saturday September 10, 2022 with the bout to take place in London, England.

We await official confirmation but that means ring walks will likely take place between 5pm and 6pm Eastern Time in the U.S.

TV details have also yet to be announced for the U.S. market.

Why do Shields and Marshall hate each other?

The beef is genuine here, not the stage-managed BS we normally get in boxing. And it dates back years.

Shields has only ever lost one fight in her life – amateur or pro – and it happened back in 2012 at the World Amateur Championships. The woman who beat her that day = one Savannah Marshall.

Yep, this is a fight that has been making for a decade, it had to happen. And now – at least – it seems like it will.

Both women are doing their bit to promote the whole thing – Savannah was ringside earlier this year when Shields fought in February, and Shields was in Newcastle to watch Marshall. The dislike is clear and the whole thing is working.

What was Shields’ view on Saturday after watching Savannah?

“I’m going to match her with power, I’m going to match her with skills, defence. She’s going to feel like she’s an amateur. She’s going to think she’s in there fighting a man, she’s outmatched.

“I’ve already decided to come back and fight her in the UK. To fight her in her hometown is giving up a big advantage for me. We need to fight somewhere in the UK like the O2 or Wembley, this fight is huge. We need some neutral fans so the fans can’t sway the judges. Have it somewhere in Wembley or the O2. That’s fair to me.”

“The fact she’s tried to take away from all my accomplishments and trying to degrade me saying she beat me ten years ago, yes it’s personal and that’s why I’ll personally whoop her ass.”

This should be epic…

Claressa Shields Record

Claressa Shields – from Flint, Michigan – calls herself the GWOAT (Greatest Woman Of All Time) and with pretty good reason. She won two Olympic gold medals for the U.S. in London and Rio in 2012 and 2016.

Since then all the self-styled GWOAT – now aged 27 – has done is build a 12-0 pro ledger and become the undisputed world super-lightweight champion.

Many experts believe this fight is puncher vs boxer, and Claressa’s record backs that up. She hasn’t stopped anybody since her fourth pro fight back in 2017. The last eight have all gone the distance with every one ending with a Shields win by UD. Guess that’s why Savannah calls her ‘pillow fists’.

Shields btw has a pretty good mentor as she looks to build the PPV for the Marshall showdown. She is managed by a certain Mark Taffet – the man who built up HBO into a behemoth from the early 1990s on. He believes she has Floyd Mayweather-like talent and worth ethic when it comes to building fights.

Savannah Marshall Record

Savannah Rose Marshall, from Hartlepool in the north east of England, is the WBO middleweight champion of the world. She turns 31 on May 19 and has a perfect professional record of 12-0 – just like Shields.

The big difference here appears to be the power. Savannah has 10 wins inside distance, culminating in that impressive destruction of the tough Hermans in Newcastle on April 2.

Marshall won her world title with a seventh-round stoppage of Scotland’s Hannah Rankin (a Shields victim too) in 2020, and has since defended it three times – all three fights ending inside three rounds.

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