Claressa Shields expresses interest in facing Franchon Crews-Dezurn-Savannah Marshall fight winner
Claressa Shields had just defended her undisputed middleweight world championship in a lopsided unanimous decision over Maricela Cornejo on Saturday night.
But it didn't take long for the "GWOAT" to set another undisputed crown in her sights.
When DAZN's Chris Mannix gauged Shields' interest in clashing with the July 1 winner of the Franchon Crews-Dezurn vs. Savannah Marshall undisputed super middleweight world championship fight, Shields didn't hesitate.
"Of course. I'm only interested in the best," Shields said. "I'll be looking at that fight."
Shields even set her intentions to fly to England to watch the big fight in Manchester next month.
"I think I'll go over to the UK and show my face a little bit and see whoever wins," she tacked on. "But whoever wins, if they want to come meet me here at Little Caesars (Arena) again and with all my fans come out and watch me fight, I'm all down for it."
Whoever emerges victorious in that fight will be a boxer that Shields already defeated.
In her first pro fight, Shields defeated Crews-Dezurn by unanimous decision back in November 2016.
Prior to defeating Cornejo on Saturday night at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan, Shields (14-0, 2 KOs) also edged Marshall via unanimous decision at the O2 Arena in London last October.
In addition, Shields has already reigned as a unified super middleweight world champion.