G.W.O.A.T," Flint boxer Claressa Shields spelled. "Greatest Woman of All Time. I definitely felt like it when I was in there. From the first round, I didn't have any nerves, I wasn't nervous and I knew from the get-go that I was about to beat her ass." Shields, a two-time Olympic gold medalist at 22 years old, dominated the fight from start to finish, with Nikki Adler failing to land a punch in rounds one and five — to capture the WBC and vacant IBF world titles in just her fourth pro bout. The referee stopped the bout at 1:34 of Round 5 as Adler was taking a beating. Out of 84 total punches, Adler could only hit Shields with six for seven percent. According to SHO Stats, Shields landed 46 percent of her power punches (118 of 258) with 136 total punches. "I felt tired and weak in the ring," Adler admitted. "Claressa was definitely the better fighter tonight. I will be back." A clean left hook stunned Adler followed by a straight jab in Round 5 before the referee ultimately jumped in to stop the fight. "I was ready for a war, I was ready to dominate, I was ready to knock her out do whatever I had to do to get the win," Shields said. "I was going home with this W tonight." Shields (4-0, 2 KOs) dedicated the fight to her high school classmate Kanasha Thomas, who was killed at 21-years-old in a double shooting on the city's north side that left another person in serious condition on June 4. Shields wore green and gold Flint Northwestern colors, with Thomas' face stamped on her shorts and warmup top.