Once upon a time, Shadasia Green had her sights set on a title shot. However, her hopes were rushed when the WBC withdrew their order for her to deal with unbeaten very middleweight competitor Franchon Crews-Dezurn. Instead, the chance was offered to Savannah Marshall, a previous middleweight champ and two-time Olympian from England, who went on to beat Crews-Dezurn to declare the 168-pound crown. Despite this obstacle, Green stays the compulsory opposition for the title and is concentrated on her approaching fight against Olivia Curry this weekend. Green acknowledges that Marshall might remain in her future, however her main focus is on Curry and winning the fight dominantly. The Green-Curry fight will become part of a Pay-Per-View occasion including Jake Paul and Nate Diaz at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. Green was signed by Most Valuable Promotions previously this year, which permitted her to sign up with a card headlined by her buddy Amanda Serrano. Green made a strong impression with a sixth-round knockout of Elin Cedderoos, almost taking the program prior to the centerpiece. While Green was at first dissatisfied by the WBC’s choice, she is grateful for the chance to fight on Saturday’s program and has actually devoted herself to training for this minute.