Jessica McCaskill, the undisputed female welterweight champion, is an American professional boxer. She is a two-weight world champion, having defended the undisputed, IBO, and Ring female welterweight belts since 2020; the WBC and WBA female super lightweight titles, respectively, from 2018 to 2020.

McCaskill won the Golden Glove Championship titles in 2014 and 2015 with a 17-1 amateur record. If you are also an admirer of hers and would like to know more, then this Jessica McCaskill Biography is just the right place to be.

In this biography, we will be discussing Jessica’s career, her family, relationships, and many other things, so keep reading this article till the end. 

Jessica McCaskill Wiki

Jessica McCaskill Wiki

Jessica McCaskill was born on 8th September 1984 (Age: 39 years old) in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. She is native to Belleville, Illinois. Jessica has been nicknamed by her fans and admirers as CasKILLA which suits her undisputed boxing persona. In 2012 McCaskill moved to Chicago to move forward in her career.


Full NameJessica McCaskill
Nick NameCasKILLA
Age39 years old
Date of Birth8th September 1984
Mother TongueEnglish
Zodiac/Sun SignVirgo
BirthplaceSt. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
HomeTownSt. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
Current AddressChicago, IL
TeamWarriors Boxing
CoachRick Ramos

Jessica McCaskill Education, Qualification

Jessica completed her initial schooling and High school in Belleville, after completing her school education she went on to get admission in Southern Illinois University Edwardsville from where she completed her graduation and got a degree in communications.

SchoolHigh School in Belleville
CollegeSouthern Illinois University Edwardsville
Degree/Graduation Communications degree

Relationship Status (Husband, Boyfriend, Affairs)

Jessica was dating her trainer Rick Ramos and on the 24th July 2023, Ramos decided to take their relationship a step further by proposing to Jessica to which she was in agreement. As of now the couple is engaged and looking forward to their marriage.

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Jessica McCaskill’s Family, Siblings

McCaskill had a difficult childhood, as her family experienced homelessness. She has said that her parents struggled with addiction and mental illness. Despite these challenges, McCaskill has persevered and become a successful professional boxer.

Jessica McCaskill’s parents are Shannon Cofield and Gambino Villa. She did not meet her biological parents until she was an adult, as she was raised by her great-aunt Christine.

Parent’s NameFather: Shannon Cofield
Mother: Gambino Villa
Siblings/CousinsYet To Update
Relationship StatusEngaged
Husband/BoyfriendRick Ramos (Fiance)
ChildrenYet To Update 

Jessica McCaskill Height, Weight (Physical Appearance)

Jessica McCaskill Height
HeightIn centimeters: 168 cm
In meters: 1.68 m
In Feet: 5’6”
Reach175 cm,
69 in
Weight66.6 Kgs,
147 Lbs
Body MeasurementsYet to Update
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack

Jessica McCaskill Net Worth and Salary

Jessica McCaskill’s Net Worth is around $5 Million.

Net Worth in Dollars$5 Million
SalaryYet To Update


Jessica McCaskill's with her Team

McCaskill moved to Chicago in 2012 to pursue a career in the financial industry. Her introduction to boxing happened by chance in 2008 when she took up the sport as a fitness regimen. By April 2009, she had her first amateur bout, igniting a passion that would eventually define her career.

As she progressed through the ranks, McCaskill’s talent became evident. In 2010, she clinched the prestigious Golden Gloves award, and she continued to shine with a remarkable amateur record of 17 wins and just one loss. Her amateur accomplishments included securing the Golden Glove Championship belts in both 2014 and 2015, and establishing herself as a formidable presence in the boxing world.

Professional Career

In August 2015, Jessica McCaskill transitioned to the professional boxing scene under the management of Rick Ramos Boxing. Her professional debut came on August 22, 2015, with a decisive technical knockout (TKO) victory against Tyrea Nichole Duncan at the Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, Indiana. Over time, McCaskill’s career gained momentum as she continued to rise through the ranks.

One of the significant turning points in her career came in November 2016 when she was signed by Warriors Boxing, further solidifying her position in the world of professional boxing. After taking on local opponents and showcasing her skills, McCaskill aimed for the stars. In a bold move, she challenged Irish Olympic gold-medalist boxer Katie Taylor for the WBA female lightweight title in December 2017. Although she was defeated by Taylor via unanimous decision, this fight marked a crucial step in her journey.

On October 6, 2018, McCaskill achieved a significant milestone when she faced two-weight world champion Érica Farías for the WBC female super lightweight title at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago, Illinois. McCaskill’s relentless determination paid off, as she secured her first world title by unanimous decision. Her path to success continued as she retained her WBC title and added the WBA female super lightweight title by defeating Anahí Ester Sánchez in May 2019.

In October 2019, McCaskill defended her unified titles in a rematch against Érica Farías, reinforcing her dominance with a majority decision win.

Becoming an Undisputed Champion

The pinnacle of Jessica McCaskill’s career came on August 15, 2020, when she became the first fighter to defeat Cecilia Braekhus, an undisputed welterweight champion holding the IBF, IBO, WBA, WBC, and WBO world titles. McCaskill’s historic win solidified her status as an undisputed welterweight champion, a remarkable feat in women’s boxing.

Her journey continued in 2021 when she faced Braekhus again in a rematch, retaining her undisputed champion status at welterweight.

However, the world of boxing is never without its twists and turns. In 2022, McCaskill faced a setback in a match against Chantelle Cameron in Abu Dhabi. For more information on her fight check Jessica Mccaskill Boxrec.

Jessica McCaskill Record

Jessica McCaskill Record
Total Fights15
By Knockout5

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Jessica McCaskill Professional boxing record

Jessica McCaskill Professional boxing record
22 Aug 15Horseshoe CasinoTyrea Nichole Duncan1-0Win
18 Jun 16UIC PavilionKatonya Fisher1-1Loss
1 Oct 16UIC PavilionAlexandria Williams2-1Win
21 Jan 17UIC PavilionCarla Torres3-1Win
28 Apr 17UIC PavilionBrenda Gonzales4-1Win
29 Jul 17UIC PavilionNatalie Brown5-1Win
13 Dec 17York HallKatie Taylor5-2Loss
6 Oct 18Wintrust ArenaÉrica Farías6-2Win
25 May19MGM National HarborAnahí Ester Sánchez7-2Win
12 Oct 19Wintrust ArenaÉrica Farías8-2Win
15 Aug 20Downtown StreetsCecilia Brækhus9-2Win
13 Mar 21American Airlines CenterCecilia Brækhus10-2Win
4 Dec 21MGM Grand Garden ArenaKandi Wyatt11-2Win
25 Jun 22Tech Port ArenaAlma Ibarra12-2Win
5 Nov 22Etihad ArenaChantelle Cameron12-3Loss

Jessica Mccaskill vs Alma Ibarra

In a boxing match for the women’s undisputed welterweight championship, Jessica McCaskill put her multiple welterweight titles on the line against Alma Ibarra. McCaskill was the favored fighter with a dominant record.

Jessica Mccaskill vs Alma Ibarra Boxing Match

The match took place as part of a three-title boxing card in San Antonio, starting at 8 p.m. ET and airing on DAZN. McCaskill had previously moved up from the lightweight division after losing to Katie Taylor, eventually securing control of the junior welterweight and welterweight divisions.

The fight commenced, and in the first round, McCaskill started aggressively, engaging in a fast-paced exchange of punches. She got rocked by a right hook but maintained her aggression. McCaskill won the round.

In the second round, McCaskill continued to dominate, landing effective combos. Ibarra was warned about holding McCaskill. McCaskill secured the round with precise punches.

The third round saw Ibarra trying to match the pace but McCaskill’s powerful left-hand shots were the highlight. An altercation between the fighters led to an intense flurry of punches from McCaskill, securing her victory in the round.

Before the fourth round, Ibarra refused to come out of her corner, signaling her unwillingness to continue. This resulted in a TKO victory for McCaskill, an unusual ending in an undisputed title fight.

Jessica McCaskill Instagram, Twitter

InstagramInstagram Profile@jessica.mccaskill
TwitterTwitter Profile@jaydi_mac

Some Interesting Facts About Jessica McCaskill

  1. She has defended her undisputed welterweight title twice since winning it.
  2. In 2019, she upset the odds by defeating Cecilia Brækhus for the undisputed female welterweight championship.
  3. In 2017, she challenged Katie Taylor for the WBA female lightweight title, but lost by unanimous decision.
  4. She won the Golden Glove Championship belts in 2014 and 2015.
  5. She turned to boxing as a way to escape her difficult circumstances and to find a better life for herself.
  6. She started boxing in 2008, just for fitness, and had her first amateur bout in April 2009.


    When is Jessica McCaskill’s next fight?

    Jessica has not scheduled any fights yet.

    What nationality is Jessica McCaskill?

    Jessica is American.

    What is Jessica McCaskill’s net worth?

    Jessica McCaskill’s Net Worth is around $5 Million.