Professional wrestler, boxer, and mixed martial artist Amanda Serrano is from Puerto Rico. She has held the WBO championship since 2019, the WBC and IBO belts since 2021, and the WBA title since 2023, making her the undisputed featherweight world champion.

She holds the Guinness World Record for the most boxing world championships won in different weight classes by a girl, having held 9 major world titles over seven different weight classes. She is the first female from Puerto Rico to have won titles in more than four weight divisions. 

If you are also a fan of Amanda you might know that she is considered in the Top 10 Best Female Boxers In The World. If you want to know more about your favorite boxer then this article is the right place to be.

Here we are going to discuss Amanda Serrano Biography, this will include a discussion about her personal and early life, it will cover her dating life, and her professional career. Keep reading this article till the end to know all about Amanda Serrano.

Amanda Serrano Wiki

Amanda Serrano Wiki

Amanda Serrano was born on 9th October 1988 (Age: 35 years old). Serrano was born in the municipality of Carolina, Puerto Rico. She started boxing at the age of 8, following in the footsteps of her older sister, Cindy, who is also a professional boxer. Serrano is known for her aggressive fighting style and her ability to punch from both hands.  

She was raised in a haven of Puerto Rican culture, surrounded by salsa music and traditional dishes. She speaks Spanish with a distinctive accent frequently associated with that community, reflecting the upbringing that led to that Spanglish dialect.


Full NameAmanda Serrano
Nick NameThe Real Deal
ProfessionProfessional Boxer
Age35 years old
Date of Birth9th October 1988
Mother TongueSpanish and English
Zodiac/Sun SignLibra
BirthplaceCarolina Puerto Rico
HomeTownCarolina Puerto Rico
Current AddressBrooklyn, NY
TeamReal Deal Fight Team

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Amanda Serrano Education, Qualification

Amanda Serrano graduated early from Bushwick High School in Brooklyn, New York. She did not attend college, instead choosing to focus on her boxing career.

SchoolBushwick High School
College Not Attended
Degree/Graduation Not Attended

Relationship Status (Husband, Boyfriend, Affairs)

There have been some rumors that Serrano is dating Jordan Maldonado, but these rumors have been denied by both Serrano and Maldonado. Maldonado is actually married to Amanda’s older sister, Cindy.

Amanda Serrano is currently single and has never been married. She has said that she is focused on her boxing career and that she does not have time for dating. She has also said that she is not interested in getting married until she is finished boxing.

Amanda Serrano’s Family, Siblings

Serrano is a very private person, and she does not talk much about her personal life. Therefore the details such as her father’s name and her mother’s name are not known to the public. Thus this information is under review and will be shared soon.

The information that is available about her family is that she has an older sister named Cindu Serrano who like Amanda is also a professional boxer and also the inspiration for Amanda to become a professional boxer.

Parent’s NameFather: Yet to Update
Mother: Yet to Update
Siblings/CousinsSister: Cindy Serrano
Relationship StatusUnmarried
Husband/BoyfriendYet to Update

Amanda Serrano Height, Weight (Physical Appearance)

Amanda Serrano-Height
Height/ReachIn centimeters: 166 cm
In meters: 1.66 m
In Feet: 5’5’1⁄2 
Weight55 Kgs,
122 lb
Body Measurements32-24-32
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack

Amanda Serrano Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth in Dollars$5 Million

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Amanda Serrano’s remarkable career in boxing and her venture into mixed martial arts (MMA) is a testament to her versatility and determination. Let’s take a closer look at the key milestones and moments that define her illustrious career.

Amateur Career

The amateur boxing career of Serrano was brief but significant. She showed early promise in the sport with a 9-1 record. Notably, she won the amateur title in Staten Island in 2008. Her move to the featherweight division of the New York Daily News Golden Gloves proved to be a turning point in her career.

There, she won by defeating Glenyss Puentevella via a referee-stopping contest (RSC) in the semifinal and USA Boxing national champion Jody-Ann Weller via decision in the final.

Professional Boxing Career

Serrano’s professional career has been marked by excellence and championship success. She is managed and trained by the renowned female American boxing trainer, Jordan Maldonado, based in New York City.

NABF Featherweight Championship (2011)

On June 11, 2011, Serrano achieved a significant milestone by capturing the NABF featherweight championship. In a bout scheduled for 8 rounds, Serrano demonstrated her prowess by knocking out Jennifer Scott in a mere 1 minute and 4 seconds of the first round.

WBC Featherweight Championship (2012)

One of Serrano’s most memorable moments came on April 27, 2012, when she faced the undefeated Frida Wallberg in Sweden. Despite the WBC allowing the use of 10-ounce gloves instead of the mandatory 8-ounce gloves for the division, Serrano came up short in a controversial unanimous decision loss to Wallberg.

Serrano vs. Bermudez (2021)

In a thrilling match on March 25, 2021, Serrano displayed her boxing prowess by knocking out Daniela Bermudez with a body punch in the ninth round at Plaza del Quinto Centenario, San Juan, Puerto Rico. This victory allowed Serrano to retain her WBC/WBO featherweight titles and solidify her status among the top female boxers globally.

Katie Taylor vs Amanda Serrano (2022)

A historic moment in women’s boxing occurred on April 30, 2022, when it was  Amanda Serrano vs Katie Taylor in a highly anticipated match at Madison Square Garden. Taylor’s undisputed lightweight titles were on the line, making it the first women’s boxing match to headline this iconic venue.

In a closely contested bout, Taylor emerged victorious with a split decision. This thrilling encounter was subsequently named “Fight of the Year” by Sports Illustrated.

Serrano vs. Hardy (2023)

Amanda Serrano continued her boxing journey by facing Heather Hardy in the co-main event of the Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz card on August 5, 2023. Serrano secured a convincing win through a unanimous decision, further solidifying her reputation as a dominant force in the boxing world.

Mixed Martial Arts Career

Amanda Serrano’s venture into mixed martial arts (MMA) marked a new chapter in her combat sports journey. Her transition to MMA was driven by a desire to explore new opportunities and a recognition of the economic potential it offered. With the support of her boxing trainer Jordan Maldonado, Serrano began incorporating kicks into her training and exploring the world of MMA.

Public Challenge to Ronda Rousey (2015)

In a notable move, Serrano publicly challenged MMA superstar Ronda Rousey to a boxing match in response to comments made by Rousey’s trainer, Edmond Tarverdyan.

Serrano expressed her confidence in her boxing skills and her willingness to step into the ring with Rousey. This challenge showcased her determination to represent boxing and gain respect in the MMA world.

Combate Americas (2017)

In December 2017, Serrano inked a contract with Combate Americas, an MMA organization that predominantly features competitors from Latin America. On April 13, 2018, she made her MMA debut, losing against Corina Herrera in a draw. After that, Serrano concentrated on grappling and won a jiu-jitsu competition, displaying her dedication to learning all facets of MMA.

iKON Fighting Federation (2021)

A standing guillotine submission victory over Valentina Garca in the main event of an iKON show in Sinaloa, Mexico, in May 2021 was achieved by Serrano, who competed in the match.

Professional Fighters League (2023)

Amanda Serrano inked a contract with the Professional Fighters League (PFL) on August 2, 2023, which is a big milestone in her MMA career.

Amanda Serrano record

Total Fights48
By Knockout30

Amanda Serrano Professional boxing record

Amanda Serrano Professional boxing record
20/03/09Washington Avenue ArmoryJackie Trivilino1–0Win
09/05/09DoubleTree HotelBrittany Cruz2-0Win
29/06/09Coliseo Carlos ‘Teo’ CruzCarolina Martinez3-0Win
31/07/09Resorts Hotel & CasinoChristina Ruiz4-0Win
20/11/09Taj Majal Hotel & CasinoEla Nunez4-0-1Draw
26/02/10Turning Stone Resort & CasinoLucia Larcinese5–0–1Win
04/06/10Tropicana Hotel & CasinoNydia Feliciano6–0–1Win
18/09/10Coliseo Carlos ‘Teo’ CruzJennifer Encarnacion7–0–1Win
29/01/11Turning Stone Resort & CasinoEla Nunez8–0–1Win
22/04/11Fairgrounds Event CenterEla Nunez9–0–1Win
11/06/11Roseland BallroomJennifer Scott10–0–1Win
06/08/11Parque del EsteDiana Garcia11–0–1Win
10/09/11Aviator Sports ComplexKimberly Connor12–0–1Win
18/11/11Hotel JaraguaGrecia Nova13–0–1Win
17/02/12Cicero Stadium 1909 S. LaramieEla Nunez14–0–1Win
27/04/12Cloetta CenterFrida Wallberg14–1–1Loss
16/09/12Club Pueblo NuevoGrecia Nova15–1–1Win
15/12/12Sosua Bay Grand CasinoLina Tejada16–1–1Win
16/02/13Gran Arena del CibaoWanda Pena Ozuna17–1–1Win
29/06/13Resorts World CasinoDominga Olivo18–1–1Win
21/09/13Resorts World CasinoKerri Hill19–1–1Win
29/09/13Gimnasio Boxing FactoryDiana Garcia20–1–1Win
15/08/14Estadio F.A.BMaria Elena Maderna21–1–1Win
13/11/14The Space at WestburyCarla Torres22–1–1Win
21/02/15Sosua Convention CenterMarisol Reyes23–1–1Win
29/05/15W.C. Handy PavilionFatuma Zarika24–1–1Win
10/09/15The Space at WestburyFatuma Zarika25–1–1Win
20/11/15Aviator Sports ComplexDjemilla Gontaruk26–1–1Win
17/02/16BB King Blues Club & GrillOlivia Gerula27–1–1Win
22/04/16Cancha Rubén Zayas MontañezEdina Kiss28–1–1Win
30/07/16Barclays CenterCalixta Silgado29–1–1Win
18/10/16Hotel Caribe HiltonAlexandra Lazar30–1–1Win
14/01/17Barclays CenterYazmín Rivas31–1–1Win
22/04/17Barclays CenterDahiana Santana32–1–1Win
21/07/17Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & CasinoEdina Kiss33–1–1Win
04/11/17Barclays CenterMarilyn Hernandez34–1–1Win
08/09/18Barclays CenterYamila Esther Reynoso35–1–1Win
18/01/19Madison Square Garden TheaterEva Voraberger36–1–1Win
13/09/19Madison Square Garden TheaterHeather Hardy37–1–1Win
30/01/20Meridian at Island GardensSimone Da Silva38–1–1Win
16/12/20Hotel Catalonia Malecon CenterDahiana Santana39–1–1Win
25/03/21Plaza del Quinto CentenarioDaniela Romina Bermúdez40–1–1Win
29/08/21Rocket Mortgage FieldHouseYamileth Mercado41–1–1Win
18/12/21Amalie ArenaMiriam Gutiérrez42–1–1Win
30/04/22Madison Square GardenKatie Taylor42–2–1Loss
24/09/22AO ArenaSarah Mahfoud43–2–1Win
04/02/23Hulu TheaterErika Cruz44–2–1Win
05/08/23American Airlines CenterHeather Hardy45–2–1Win

Amanda Serrano MMA record

13/04/18Los AngelesCorina Herrera0–0–1Draw
13/10/18TucsonErendira Ordóñez1–0–1Win
11/06/21Los MochisValentina García2–0–1Win

Amanda Serrano vs Katie Taylor 2

The Taylor vs. Serrano 2 rematch was postponed due to an injury sustained by Amanda Serrano. The injury was a nagging hand injury that she had been dealing with since her win over Miriam Gutierrez in December 2021.

She had fought three times since that fight, but the amount of punches thrown in her win over Erika Cruz on February 4, 2023, for the undisputed featherweight title had led to her hand not bouncing back as it had in her previous fights against Gutierrez, Taylor, and Sarah Mahfoud.

While Serrano did not need surgery on the hand, the pain had not subsided at the typical rate, leading to her needing more rest for it to heal before a return to the ring.

The fight had originally been scheduled for May 20, 2023, in Dublin, Ireland. The new date for the fight had not yet been announced.

Amanda Serrano Instagram, Twitter

InstagramInstagram Profile@serranosisters
TwitterTwitter Profile@Serranosisters

Amanda Serrano Facts

  1. Amanda Serrano holds multiple featherweight world titles since 2019, making her the undisputed champion in the division.
  2. She boasts a Guinness World Record for the most world titles across seven different weight classes, totaling nine championships.
  3. Amanda and her sister Cindy Serrano made history as the first sisters to simultaneously hold world titles from major boxing organizations.
  4. Twice awarded the Female Boxer of the Year by the WBO, Amanda Serrano’s talent is widely recognized.
  5. Serrano has excelled in various weight classes, from featherweight to lightweight and super lightweight.
  6. She’s ranked as one of the world’s top female pound-for-pound boxers, holding the third position in rankings by ESPN and The Ring as of March 2021.
  7. She quietly began transitioning into mixed martial arts (MMA) in 2015, driven by potential economic opportunities in the sport.
  8. Amanda Serrano and Katie Taylor headlined the first women’s boxing match at Madison Square Garden on April 30, 2022, in a fight named “Fight of the Year” by Sports Illustrated.
  9. She won her first career jiu-jitsu tournament in August 2018, earning gold with four submissions, showcasing her versatility in grappling.

Amanda Serrano Favorites

Favorite ActorsJohnny Depp, Harrison Ford and Dwayne Johnson
Favorite ActressMeryl Streep and Victoria Pedretti
Favorite Female SingersDemi Lovato and Katy Perry
Favorite Male SingersAkon, Post Malone and Adam Levine
Favorites ColorBlack and Pink
Favorites FoodBurgers and Pizza
Dream DestinationLondon


Who is Amanda Serrano?

Amanda Serrano is a Puerto Rican professional boxer, mixed martial artist and professional wrestler.

When is Amanda Serrano Next Fight?

Amanda Serrano’s next fight is scheduled for October 27, 2023, against Danila Ramos

Where is Amanda Serrano From?

Amanda Serrano is from Carolina, Puerto Rico.

How Old is Amanda Serrano?

Amanda Serrano was born on October 9, 1988, so she is currently 35 years old.

Amanda Serrano vs Katie Taylor Who Won?

Taylor defeated Serrano by split decision.  The fight happened in Madison Square Garden, New York City. 

Where to Watch Amanda Serrano Fight?

Amanda Serrano’s fights are typically televised on Showtime in the United States. Or whoever has the rights over the broadcasting of the match.

Who is Amanda Serrano Promoter?

Amanda Serrano’s promoter is Jake Paul (YouTuber-turned-boxer)