The former female heavyweight titlist—the first ever from Mexico—pulled off an upset with a 10-round split decision over Franchon Crews-Dezurn to claim two bets at super middleweight Saturday evening at The Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.
Crews-Dezurn won 97-93 on one card, but was overruled by far too wide tallies of 97-93 and 98-92 in favor of Jimenez, who once weighed 300 pounds but has now become a two-division titlist the hard way.
As Shields made her-story one night earlier in becoming a three division champ after just 10 pro fights following a win at junior middleweight, the hope of the new super middleweight titlist is for a superfight in the middle.
“I want to fight Claressa Shields, at middleweight,” insisted Jimenez, who remains unbeaten as she improves to 13-0-1 (9KOs) in her own history making performance.
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