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Amanda Serrano looks to unification fight with Jennifer Han

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On April 22, 2016, history was made in Puerto Rico as for the first time, a female boxing match was the featured bout of the evening. There, Amanda ‘The Real Deal’ Serrano (28-1-1, 21 KO’s), WBO featherweight titlist, defeated the number 6th ranked, Edina ‘DNA’ Kiss of Budapest, Hungary by TKO in the fourth round.

Just a week later, IBF featherweight titlist Jennifer Han of El Paso, Texas, was also in a main event match in front of her people from El Paso, and defeated Colombian, Calixta Silgado via unanimous decision in a ten round fight.

“I think the timing is perfect!” Amanda Serrano said, “We both come from recent fights, both of us scored victories and are uninjured and in great condition. Women’s boxing and our fans deserve to see who is the best featherweight in a unification bout”.

Han (14-3-1, 1 KO) has fought her last four fights in her hometown of El Paso, Texas.

“It’s funny because a few weeks ago I had my first fight in Puerto Rico, and have fought in the United States, Switzerland, Argentina and Dominican Republic. True Champions often leave their comfort zone to prove they are the real deal in boxing. I’m always ready!” said Serrano.