Savannah Marshall Record & Stats

Savannah Marshall Record & Stats

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Five years and one month into her professional boxing career, Savannah Marshall has fought 13 times with 12 wins and a single loss. As of June 2023, Marshall's boxing record stands at 12-1 (10 KO wins).

Hartlepool, County Durham, England
“Silent Assassin”
May 19, 1991
Aug 26, 2017
10 (76.9%)
182 cm
182 cm
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Savannah Marshall's boxing record
Boxing Career of Savannah Marshall
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      Savannah Marshall (Silent Assassin) is a British professional boxer. She was born in Hartlepool, County Durham, England on May 19, 1991. Marshall made her professional boxing debut at the age of 26, on August 26, 2017. She is a middleweight world champion. Marshall turned 32 last month, on the 19th.

      Fight Record

      Total Fights13
      KO Wins10
      Total Title Wins1
      Title Defenses3
      Title-Fight KO Wins4
      Losses via KO0
      14Jun 17, 202332FranchĂłn Crews-DezurnNA *NA
      13Oct 15, 202231Claressa ShieldsLoss *UD
      12Apr 2, 202230Femke HermansWin *KO3
      11Oct 16, 202130Lolita MuzeyaWin *TKO2
      10Apr 10, 202129Maria LindbergWin *KO3
      9Oct 31, 202029Hannah RankinWin *TKO7
      8Oct 19, 201928Ashleigh CurryWinTKO3
      7Aug 31, 201928Daniele BastieriWinTKO5
      6May 25, 201928Borislava GoranovaWinKO1
      5Nov 9, 201827Klaudia VĂ­ghWinTKO2
      4Oct 27, 201827Yanina OrozcoWinUD
      3Jun 15, 201827Alejandra AyalaWinTKO2
      2May 12, 201826Ester KonecnaWinTKO2
      1Aug 26, 201726Sydney LeBlancWinUD

      * World-title fight

      World Titles

      Marshall is a middleweight world champion. She has held one world title at middleweight, which was a vacant title win.

      Weight DivisionWorld Titles Held


      Savannah Marshall is 182 cm tall (5' 11.65") with a reach of 182 cm (5' 11.65"). She fights out of the orthodox stance and presents an ape-index of 0.

      Marshall has a 76.9% KO rate.

      Career Summary

      Savannah Marshall made her professional boxing debut against Sydney LeBlanc at the age of 26 on August 26, 2017, defeating LeBlanc via 4 round unanimous decision. She went on to win 11 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 10 wins via stoppage.

      Marshall had her first world title fight at the age of 29 on October 31, 2020 after 8 professional fights, against Hannah Rankin for the middleweight WBO (vacant) title. She defeated Rankin via 7th round TKO to become the middleweight champion of the world.

      Marshall has won one world title at middleweight. For all the details about Marshall's world title wins and defenses refer to "Savannah Marshall World Titles".

      Some of Marshall's best fights and notable victories include wins over Lolita Muzeya, Maria Lindberg, Femke Hermans, Hannah Rankin, Borislava Goranova, Ashleigh Curry, and Daniele Bastieri.

      Marshall has had just a single loss in her professional boxing career so far.

      Her most recent fight was for the middleweight undisputed championship title against American boxer Claressa Shields on October 15, 2022. Marshall lost the fight via 10 round unanimous decision, and lost her WBO title. It's been 7 months and 26 days since this fight.

      Career Highlights

      Marshall has fought a total of 13 times till today, which includes 5 world-title fights at the middleweight division. These four fights are the highlight of her career.

      • October 31, 2020: Marshall wins her first world title by defeating Hannah Rankin via 7th round TKO. She is now the WBO middleweight world champion.

      • April 10, 2021: Marshall successfully defends the WBO middleweight title against Maria Lindberg, winning the fight via 3rd round KO.

      • October 16, 2021: Marshall successfully defends the WBO middleweight title against Lolita Muzeya, winning the fight via 2nd round TKO.

      • October 15, 2022: Savannah Marshall loses to Claressa Shields via 10 round unanimous decision. She was fighting for the WBA, WBC, IBF, and The Ring middleweight titles.


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