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Amanda Serrano: Age, titles, net worth, professional boxing record & next fight

Everything you need to know about the unified featherweight world champion, Amanda Serrano.


October 9, 1988




Carolina, Puerto Rico


Carolina, Puerto Rico


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Early career and rankings rise

After a brief but successful amateur career, Serrano first rose to prominence when knocking out Jennifer Scott in 2011 to win the vacant WBC Featherweight title in a fight which lasted just 64 seconds.

Later that year, Serrano stepped up to Super Featherweight to beat Kimberly Connor for the vacant IBC title before suffering the first defeat of her professional career in 2012 against home fighter Frida Wallberg in controversial circumstances in Sweden.

Serrano continued to impress, winning the WBO Lightweight crown at the expense of Maria Elena Maderna, and in 2016 she beat Alexandra Lazar to win the WBO Junior Featherweight belt.

Multi-division champion, Katie Taylor fight and unified glory

Already a four-weight world champion, Serrano's versatility was illustrated first by a win over Dahiana Santana which saw her claim the WBO bantamweight title, then she moved up five weight classes to become the WBO Light Welterweight champion at the expense of Yamilia Esther Reynoso.

In January 2019, she stopped Eva Voraberger to win the WBO Super Flyweight title, joining Manny Pacquiao as the only other fighter to win at seven different weight classes, then eight months later she dominated Heather Hardy to win the interim WBC and WBO featherweight titles.

Promoted to full WBC Featherweight champion in 2021, Serrano successfully defended her belts with a ninth-round stoppage of Daniela Bermudez, before a career-defining bout with Katie Taylor at Madison Square Garden.

The fight, held on April 30, 2022, was described as the biggest women's fight of all time and the first to headline the famous New York venue. It was Taylor who emerged triumphant, the Irishwoman winning via a split decision in a classic to retain her undisputed lightweight title.

While a rematch was planned to take place in Dublin, Serrano sustained an injury in training and has since competed exclusively at featherweight, beating Sarah Mahfoud on points later in 2022 then earning unanimous-decision wins over Erika Cruz, Hardy for the second time, and Danila Ramos last year.

Her fight with Ramos drew significant media interest, not just because of Serrano's profile but also because it marked the first time that two female fighters had clashed over 12 rounds since 2007.

That decision forced Serrano to vacate her WBC Featherweight title as the governing body refused to sanction the fight, although she is still the current holder of all other major belts at the weight.

Cancelled fight vs. Meinke

Serrano's fight against Nina Meinke, which was scheduled for March 2, 2024, in her native Puerto Rico, was cancelled last minute due to an eye injury sustained by Serrano. Serrano intended to fight, but the Puerto Rican Boxing Commission declared Serrano medically unfit to fight due to the condition of her eye.

Promoter Jake Paul has indicated intentions to reschedule the fight for a later date.

Amanda Serrano next fight

Serrano's next fight is to be determined, although it is expected for her cancelled bout against German fighter and fellow southpaw Nina Meinke to be rescheduled at a later date.

Serrano will attempt to defend her WBA, IBF and WBO featherweight titles against Meinke.

Amanda Serrano last fight

Serrano retained her WBA, IBF and WBO featherweight titles via a unanimous-decision win over Danila Ramos in Orlando, Florida, on October 27, 2023.

The Puerto Rican produced a dominant performance from start to finish in the first women's world title fight to be contested over 12 rounds since 2007.

Women's title fights typically take place over ten rounds and Serrano, who has campaigned for equality in terms of fight lengths, was forced to vacate her WBC title in the aftermath of the win over Ramos.

Amanda Serrano age

Serrano was born on October 9, 1988, making her 35 years old.

Amanda Serrano height and weight

Serrano is 5'5½" and currently competes in the featherweight division. She is the current unified world champion. Her reach is measured at 65½".

Amanda Serrano net worth

Serrano's exact net worth is unknown, although it is reported to be within the region of $5million.

Amanda Serrano amateur titles

  • Staten Island Amateur Championship
  • 2008 New York Golden Gloves

Amanda Serrano professional titles

  • WBA Worth Featherweight (current holder)
  • IBF World Featherweight (current holder)
  • WBA World Featherweight (current holder)
  • The Ring World Featherweight (current holder)
  • WBO Super Flyweight
  • WBO Super Lightweight
  • WBO Bantamweight
  • WBO Super Bantamweight
  • WBO Featherweight
  • WBO Lightweight
  • IBF Super Featherweight 

Odds mentioned in this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.

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