- Amanda Serrano is a seven-division boxing world champion.
- Serrano is now the Undisputed World Featherweight Champion after beating Erika Cruz Hernandez.
- Serrano will face Katie Taylor in her next fight.
Puerto Rican boxing superstar Amanda Serrano has collected all the featherweight world titles after beating Erika Cruz Hernandez in February 2023 via a unanimous decision. This latest victory has maintained her status as one of the premier and top names in online sports betting through boxing odds.
This victory also gave Puerto Rico its first-ever undisputed boxing world champion. But when will “The Real Deal” return to action? And who will she fight?
THE FIRST UNDISPUTED CHAMPION FROM PUERTO RICO.
— DAZN Boxing (@DAZNBoxing) February 5, 2023
When is Amanda Serrano’s Next Fight?
Right after her victory against Erika Cruz Hernandez, Amanda Serrano’s next fight was immediately announced. It will be against Katie Taylor in a rematch for the undisputed lightweight title, which goes down in Dublin, Ireland, on May 20, 2023. This follows up on their historic first meeting in April 2022, when they headlined a women’s boxing match inside Madison Square Garden.
Amanda Serrano Boxing Record and Titles
- Boxing record: 43-2-1
- Wins by TKO/KO: 30
- Wins by decision: 13
- Number of world titles won: 10
- World titles won: IBF World Super Featherweight Title, WBO World Lightweight Title, WBO World Featherweight Title, WBO World Super Bantamweight Title, WBO World Bantamweight Title, WBO World Super Lightweight Title, WBO World Super Flyweight Title, IBF World Featherweight Title, IBO World Featherweight Title and WBC World Featherweight Title
- Number of title defenses: 3
Amanda Serrano Notable Wins
Amanda Serrano holds victories over other women’s boxing stars like Kimberly Connor, Maria Elena Maderna, Olivia Gerula, Calista Silgado, Alexandra Lazar, Yazmin Rivas, Dahianna Santana, Edina Kiss, Yamila Esther Reynoso, Eva Voraberger, Heather Hardy, Daniela Romina Bermudez, Yamileth Mercado and Sarah Mahfoud.
Amanda Serrano Boxing Earnings
Amanda Serrano’s career boxing earnings have reached over $5 million for her 45 professional fights. She received the biggest single-fight pay when she fought Katie Taylor in April 2022, where she bagged a seven-figure purse. It topped her previous biggest single fight pay when she fought Yamileth Mercado in August 2021, where she bagged $400,000.
Amanda Serrano Trainer, Coach and Cornermen
Amanda Serrano is being trained by her long-time coach and manager, Jordan Maldonado, who also happens to be her brother-in-law. Maldonado was also involved in a controversy in August 2021 when the Ohio Athletic Commission suspended him for Unsportsmanlike Conduct during Serrano’s title defense against Yamileth Mercado.
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