Claressa Shields vs. Tori Nelson live results: Round-by-round updates, highlights, and analysis
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The two-time Olympic gold medalist will defend her titles in the main event on Friday, and we’ve got live round-by-round coverage. Claressa Shields is just 4-0 as a professional boxer, but she’s already picked up the WBC and IBF super middleweight titles, and is riding a ton of hype into her headlining bout against the undefeated Tori Nelson on Friday. The bout will be the main event of ShoBox: The New Generation, a non-pay-per-view card that will begin at 10 p.m. ET from Verona, New...


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