Women’s IBF/WBA/WBC/WBO Middleweight Odds
The Christina Hammer and Claressa Shields middleweight bout is being pimped as the most significant women’s boxing match in the history of the sport. The United States two-time Olympic gold medalist will square off against Germany’s longtime middleweight champion on April 13th in Atlantic City. The fight will unify all four women’s belts. Women’s IBF/WBA/WBC/WBO Middleweight Unification Odds.
Shields from the United States owns three of the major world title belts at 160 pounds. She has collected the trio in the last 250 days. Hammer is a German émigrée from Kazakhstan who wears the fourth of the four belts in the weight class and has so for nearly a decade. The fight was originally schedule for last year but was moved to next month’s April date because of an undisclosed medical condition with Hammer.
Finally and much anticipated the 13th of April fight will take place at Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall. Shields (8-0, two KOs), the only US boxer to win multiple Olympic golds, is already a two-division world champion. Hammer (24-0, 11 KOs) has successfully defended her middleweight title on 12 separate occasions since 2010.
The Las Vegas SuperBook, Westgate, Odds to Win Women’s Middleweight Unification Bout (12 Rounds):