- Erika Cruz Hernandez is the reigning WBA World Featherweight Champion.
- Hernandez holds a professional record of 15 wins and one loss.
- Hernandez will face Amanda Serrano in her next fight.
Erika Cruz Hernandez is fresh off her second title defense of the WBA World Featherweight Title after unanimously beating Jelena Mrdjenovich in their rematch last September 2022. It was Hernandez’s 14th straight victory, and she is making a solid case to be a household name in BetMGM’s online sportsbook via the boxing odds.
But when will the Mexican boxing star return to the ring? And who is she going to face next?
When is Erika Cruz Hernandez’s Next Fight?
Erika Cruz Hernandez will fight Puerto Rican boxing superstar Amanda Serrano in her next fight this February 4, 2023, inside the Hulu Theater in Madison Square Garden. The massive showdown will see Hernandez fight for the undisputed women’s featherweight title, as all of the division’s belts are on the line.
Erika Cruz Hernandez Boxing Record and Titles
- Boxing record: 15-1
- Wins by TKO/KO: 3
- Wins by decision: 12
- Number of world titles won: 1
- World titles won: WBA World Featherweight Title
- Number of title defenses: 2
Erika Cruz Hernandez Notable Wins
Some of Erika Cruz Hernandez’s notable wins came against Vissia Trovato, Jocelyn Morales Torres, Leticia Uribe Mejia, Jelena Mrdjenovich (twice) and Melissa Esquivel.
Erika Cruz Hernandez Boxing Earnings
In her 16-fight career, Erika Cruz Hernandez has already amassed a total career earnings estimate of over $300,000.
Erika Cruz Hernandez Trainer, Coach and Cornermen
Erika Cruz Hernandez is under the guidance of his father, coach and cornerman, Guillermo Cruz. They signed a contract with Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom promotion in September 2021.
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