Franchón Crews-Dezurn is an American professional boxer who holds the undisputed world championship at super middleweight. She started boxing in 2004 as a way to get in shape for her singing career, but soon became passionate about the sport. She represented the United States in several international tournaments, winning silver and bronze medals at the World Championships in 2012 and 2016, respectively.
She turned pro in 2016, losing her debut fight to Claressa Shields, but bounced back to win the WBC title in 2018 and the WBO title in 2019. In 2020, she faced Alejandra Jimenez, who initially won by split decision, but was later stripped of the titles after failing a drug test.
Crews-Dezurn was reinstated as the WBC and WBO champion, and went on to unify the division by defeating Elin Cederroos for the WBA and IBF titles in 2022.