Serrano: First unification, then Katie Taylor

After her win Sunday night, WBC/WBO featherweight world champion and women’s P4P Amanda Serrano has her sights set on a future super fight with Ireland’s undisputed lightweight champion Katie Taylor.

“I want that fight with Katie Taylor in the future,” she said. “First I want to fight the other featherweight champions and become undisputed in my weight class. Then we’ll have two undisputed champions against each other when Katie and I fight.”

Serrano (41-1-1, 30 KOs) was forced to go the full ten by game WBC super bantamweight champion Yamileth Mercado (18-3, 5 KOs).

“I had a tough Mexican in front of me tonight,” said Serrano. “She’s a champion in her own weight class, but I hope I made everyone proud and happy and that SHOWTIME will have me back again. I’m hoping that I made some of these people here fans of women’s boxing and that I made the sport proud.”

Serrano remains two KOs away from tying Christy Martin’s women’s career KO record.

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  • 2 ko’s away from being even with another great fighter! That says something! Mercado and Serrano impressive last night! Crazy shots these women throw!

    • Yes she did, due to Eddie Hearn changing dates and seizing the opportunity to lower her contracted purse due to ‘COVID’. Hearn was clearly looking out for his girl at the expense of Serrano!!

  • Serrano will eventually crush the womens KO record and she will go down in the top 2 GWOAT and thats because she earned it she will likely be right under Lucia Rijker in womens history

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