Quebec Marie Yves Decker will be back in the ring in a few days after 15 months of inactivity. The challenge will be long for her comeback as she skips gloves with American Clarissa Shields, in Flint, Michigan, in a world championship battle.
WBC, IBF, WBO and WBA mid-section belts above average will be on the line during this duel, which takes place on March 5.
“After a year of training, postponements and adventure, I really feel this time is the occasion,” Decayer said Sunday during the show. Hello good Morning On TVA. I am more than ready. “
In Shields, Dicaire, like her, will face an undefeated boxer, who will likely want to give more as she will be playing in her hometown.
“This is by far the biggest test of my career,” Decaire admitted. The fun thing for me is that the bigger the challenge, the better. In terms of training, it brought extra motivation. I always 100% in all of my workouts.
«[…] Behind the optimum setup optimum confidence. I know I did everything in my power to prepare for this fight. […] I know I did everything I had to do with regard to both my physical and psychological training. I am there without regret. “
Due to Michigan’s health measures, only 200 spectators will be able to attend the Shields-Dicaire Gala at the Dort Federal Event Center in Flint.
Due to Michigan’s health measures, only 200 spectators will be able to attend the Shields-Dicaire Gala at the Dort Federal Event Center in Flint. This duel will make it possible to write a page in boxing history. It would be the first time that two female boxers had toped the US pay-per-view.