Marie Eve Dicaire
Marie-Ève Dicaire, a Canadian professional boxer, has had a remarkable career so far with a total of 20 fights to her name. She's won 18 of those fights, lost only 2, and has never been stopped. Although she has only one knockout win in her professional career, she's shown her skills and class in every fight she's been in.
Dicaire made her professional debut at the age of 29, defeating Christina Barry via a four-round unanimous decision on November 20, 2015. Three years later, she fought the first world title fight of her career, taking on Chris Namús for the super-welterweight IBF title. Dicaire emerged victorious, winning the 10 round unanimous decision on December 1, 2018, and becoming the world champion in the super-welterweight category.
After winning the world title, Dicaire went on to defend her IBF super-welterweight title against Mikaela Laurén on April 13, 2019, in her first title defense. Once again, Dicaire won the fight via 10 round unanimous decision, solidifying her reign as the IBF super-welterweight champion.
Dicaire's career took a bit of a hit when she faced off against boxing legend Claressa Shields in a world title unification bout on March 5, 2021. Shields won the fight via 10 round unanimous decision, which was Dicaire's first loss in her career. However, despite the defeat, one cannot overlook Dicaire's perseverance and resilience, as she showed the world that she is not just an ordinary boxer, but a champion at heart.
Dicaire bounced back after losing her title to Shields by winning her next fight against Kayla Williams via 10 round unanimous decision. Dicaire then faced a massive challenge when she fought British boxer Natasha Jonas on November 12, 2022, in a super-welterweight title unification bout. Dicaire, unfortunately, did not retain her IBF title, as she lost the fight via 10 round unanimous decision.
Despite losing her title and being on a one-fight losing streak, Dicaire has shown time and again that she is a true champion. With her impressive record of 18 wins and 2 losses, two world titles, and three title defenses under her belt, Dicaire has established herself as one of the best super-welterweight boxers in the world.
One of the highlights of Dicaire's career was when she won her first world title by defeating Chris Namús via 10 round unanimous decision on December 1, 2018. This was the first time that Dicaire had fought for a world title, and she made the most of the opportunity by defeating Namús and becoming the IBF super-welterweight world champion.
Dicaire's next notable victory came on April 13, 2019, when she defended her IBF super-welterweight title against Mikaela Laurén. Dicaire won the fight via 10 round unanimous decision, showcasing her skills and experience in the ring. With back-to-back victories over world-class opponents, Dicaire cemented her position as the best boxer in the super-welterweight division.
Despite facing a setback in her most recent fight against Natasha Jonas, Dicaire has shown time and again that she is a true champion. Her determination to bounce back and continue fighting is an inspiration to many, and it's clear that she has a bright future ahead of her in the sport of boxing.
In conclusion, Marie-Ève Dicaire is a talented and skilled boxer who has achieved a great deal in her career so far. With two world titles and three title defenses, she has proven that she is one of the best boxers in the super-welterweight category. Although she's faced her share of defeats, she has shown her resilience and determination in bouncing back and continuing to fight. Dicaire's legacy in the sport of boxing is one that will be remembered for many years to come.
Marie-Ève Dicaire Fight Record
|20||Nov 12, 2022||36||Natasha Jonas||Loss||UD|
|19||Dec 17, 2021||35||Cynthia Lozano||Win||KO7|
|18||Mar 5, 2021||34||Claressa Shields||Loss||UD|
|17||Nov 23, 2019||33||Ogleidis Suárez||Win||UD|
|16||Jun 28, 2019||32||Maria Lindberg||Win||UD|
|15||Apr 13, 2019||32||Mikaela Laurén||Win||UD|
|14||Dec 1, 2018||32||Chris Namús||Win||UD|
|13||Jul 20, 2018||31||Alejandra Ayala||Win||UD|
|12||Jun 9, 2018||31||Yamila Belen Abellaneda||Win||UD|
|11||Feb 15, 2018||31||Marisa Gabriela Núñez||Win||UD|
|10||Dec 7, 2017||31||Paty Ramirez||Win||UD|
|9||Oct 25, 2017||31||Yamila Esther Reynoso||Win||UD|
|8||Jun 15, 2017||30||Alejandra Ayala||Win||UD|
|7||Feb 9, 2017||30||Lisa Noel Garland||Win||UD|
|6||Dec 12, 2016||30||Paty Ramirez||Win||UD|
|5||Nov 20, 2016||30||Karla Zamora||Win||UD|
|4||May 24, 2016||29||Ashleigh Curry||Win||UD|
|3||Mar 17, 2016||29||Martha Patricia Lara Gaytan||Win||UD|
|2||Jan 21, 2016||29||Christina Barry||Win||UD|
|1||Nov 20, 2015||29||Christina Barry||Win||UD|