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- Birth Place: Contribute
- Born: September 08, 1984
- Died: Contribute
- Age: 39
- Height: 5′ 6″
- Weight: 147 lb
- Reach: 69″
- Stance: Orthodox
- Pro Debut: August 22, 2015
- Nationality: United States
- Status: Contribute
- Manager: Contribute
- Promoter: Contribute
- Total Bouts: 15
- Total Rounds: 38
Jessica McCaskill is one of the fiercest and most respected female boxers in the world. With a professional boxing record of 12-3, including five knockout wins and seven title victories, the 38-year-old fighter stands out for her impressive achievements against some of the strongest opposition.
A late bloomer to the sport, McCaskill made her professional debut in 2015 at the age of 30, impressing fans with her skill and determination. Her first world-title fight was against then WBA titleholder, Katie Taylor in 2017, which she lost via unanimous decision. Despite the setback, she continued to train and fight hard, earning her place in the annals of boxing history with some memorable victories and high-profile matches.
In October 2018, McCaskill won the WBC super-lightweight title after a hard-fought battle with Érica Farías. The victory made her the first boxer from Chicago to win a world title in almost 15 years. She followed that up by becoming the unified super-lightweight world champion in May 2019, beating Anahí Ester Sánchez in a thrilling 10-round unanimous decision.
However, McCaskill's most significant conquest came in August 2020, when she became the undisputed welterweight world champion, defeating Cecilia Brækhus, one of the most remarkable and respected female boxers in the world. McCaskill won the fight in a 10-round majority decision, securing the WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO titles in the process.
Jessica McCaskill's career highlights also include winning the Ring welterweight title from Cecilia Brækhus in March 2021 and defending her title in December 2021 against Kandi Wyatt, a fight she won via 7th round TKO. Her most recent fight was against British boxer Chantelle Cameron on November 5, 2022, where she lost the super-lightweight undisputed championship title fight via 10-round unanimous decision.
Despite three losses in her professional boxing career, two of which came in title bouts and one in a non-title fight, Jessica McCaskill has never been stopped, making her one of the toughest and most durable female boxers out there.
It's worth noting that McCaskill's impressive record is not solely due to her fighting skills. She is also known for her exemplary work ethic and dedication to her craft, both inside and outside the ring. She trains tirelessly, and her gritty determination has earned her plenty of support and respect from fans and fellow boxers alike.
Looking at her impressive record, it's hard to ignore Jessica McCaskill's dominance as a female boxer. With seven world titles in two weight classes, including one undisputed championship under her belt, she has established herself as one of the most formidable female fighters of her generation. Her career will continue to be watched with much interest by boxing fans and pundits alike, as they look forward to her next challenge and her next opportunity to stamp her place in the history books.
Jessica McCaskill Fight Record
|15||Nov 5, 2022||38||Chantelle Cameron||Loss||UD|
|14||Jun 25, 2022||37||Alma Ibarra||Win||RTD3|
|13||Dec 4, 2021||37||Kandi Wyatt||Win||TKO7|
|12||Mar 13, 2021||36||Cecilia Brækhus||Win||UD|
|11||Aug 15, 2020||35||Cecilia Brækhus||Win ⭐️||MD|
|10||Oct 12, 2019||35||Érica Farías||Win||MD|
|9||May 25, 2019||34||Anahí Ester Sánchez||Win||UD|
|8||Oct 6, 2018||34||Érica Farías||Win||UD|
|7||Dec 13, 2017||33||Katie Taylor||Loss||UD|
|6||Jul 29, 2017||32||Natalie Brown||Win||TKO2|
|5||Apr 28, 2017||32||Brenda Gonzales||Win||UD|
|4||Jan 21, 2017||32||Carla Torres||Win||UD|
|3||Oct 1, 2016||32||Alexandria Williams||Win||TKO3|
|2||Jun 18, 2016||31||Katonya Fisher||Loss||SD|
|1||Aug 22, 2015||30||Tyrea Nichole Duncan||Win||TKO2|