|Amanda Serrano Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 5 in|
|Date of Birth||October 9, 1988|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Amanda Serrano is a Puerto Rican professional boxer, mixed martial artist, and professional wrestler who was the unified featherweight world champion, as of September 2021; having held the WBO (World Boxing Organization) title since 2019, the WBC (World Boxing Council) title since February 2021, and the IBO (International Boxing Organization) title since March 2021. In April 2019, in the inaugural set of rankings compiled by Lineal Boxing Champion, she was rated as the best pound-for-pound fighter in women’s boxing. As of March 2021, she was ranked as the world’s best active female featherweight boxer by Lineal Boxing Champion, The Ring (an American boxing magazine), and BoxRec (a website dedicated to holding updated records of both professional and amateur boxers). She was also rated as the 3rd best active female boxer, pound for pound, by ESPN, 4th by Lineal Boxing Champion, and 5th by The Ring.
The Real Deal
Carolina, Puerto Rico
Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States
Amanda had graduated from the now-defunct Bushwick High School in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
Professional Boxer, Mixed Martial Artist, Professional Wrestler
- Siblings – Cindy Serrano (Older Sister) (Professional Boxer)
Super Flyweight, Bantamweight, Super Bantamweight, Featherweight, Super Featherweight, Lightweight, Light Welterweight
5 ft 5 in or 165 cm
5 ft 5 in or 165 cm
56 kg or 123.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
She is of Puerto Rican descent.
- Toned physique
- Ever-changing hairstyle
- Radiant face
- Has a tattoo on her left shoulder
Amanda Serrano Facts
- Born in Carolina, Puerto Rico, Amanda, and her family had moved to New York when she was quite young. During her youth, she was passionate about swimming and had only developed an interest in boxing after her older sister had started getting boxing training to lose weight. She was about 12 years old then.
- Around the time she had graduated from high school, she had intensified her training so that she could bond more with her sister. Her father had fully supported her but her mother was initially hesitant. She later came around to support the idea when she realized that her success in boxing could be the way for Amanda’s older sister to retire from boxing after having her second child.
- Amanda’s amateur career had finished with a 9-1 win-loss record. She had also won the Staten Island Amateur Championship in 2008.
- She and her older sister, Cindy, went on to become the first pair of sisters to hold world titles from major sanctioning bodies at the same time.
- As of September 2021, she was the only female, and Puerto Rican, to win world titles in more than 4 weight classes. She had also held the Guinness World Record for the ‘most number of boxing world championships won in different weight classes by a female’, having held 9 major world titles across 7 different weight classes, as of September 2021.
- She had been honored with the ‘Female Boxer of the Year Award’ by the WBO in both 2016 and 2018. WBO had also granted her the first ‘Super World Championship’ title ever awarded to a female boxer.
Featured Image by Amanda Serrano / Instagram