Shadasia Green had to work harder than ever before to keep her perfect record and get a crack at the crown. Green defeated Olivia Curry by unanimous decision to keep her perfect record intact.

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In their ten-round fight, Olivia Curry had a world-class chin, but the top super middleweight contender landed a ton of leather. Curry’s profile rose in loss as Green left with a ten-round unanimous decision victory on the undercard of the Jake Paul-Nate Diaz headlined DAZN/ESPN+/ Pay-Per-View event Saturday from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.

In the second round, Green landed a right hand, which Curry took well and countered with a combination. Later, the 33-year-old former high school and college basketball star retaliated with a left hook and a right uppercut, the latter of which was more powerful. Curry threw out her hands, not always landing them deeply enough to signal that she wouldn’t capitulate under pressure.

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Who is Shadasia Green?

American boxer Shadasia Green was born in New Jersey. She goes by the alias The Sweet Terminator and is 5 feet 8 inches tall. Green, the current WBC Silver champion at super middleweight, had a 12-0 victory record entering her contest with Curry, including 11 knockouts. In February 2023, she defeated Elin Cederroos to become the WBC’s mandatory challenger.

Since the beginning of 2020, Green has been able to defeat every opponent she has encountered.
The boxing champion is now ranked as ESPN’s No. 2 super middleweight. She is currently ranked first overall by different sanctioning bodies.

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Shadasia has a husband. In 2022, she got married to her longtime partner Desha Bland. The couple got married in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Shadasia updates her Instagram account frequently. As of August 2023, she had 19,000 followers. She frequently provides updates on her boxing career and upcoming contests.