Amanda Serrano Net Worth 2022 (Boxer): Biography & Family

Boxer Amanda Serrano
Boxer Amanda Serrano

Amanda Serrano net worth is more than $5 million dollars. She is a famous Puerto Rican professional Boxer. She has won 42 matches, lost only 2 and earned thousands of dollars from them in her professional boxing career, and also earned from sponsors so Mashoor estimates her worth over $5 million.

Amanda Serrano Biography

Amanda Serrano is a world famous Puerto Rican professional Boxer, Mixed Martial artist and professional wrestler having a net worth of more than 5 million dollars as of 2022.

She was brought into this world on October 9, 1988 in Carolina, Puerto Rico. She has more than 420k followers on Instagram – serranosisters.

She made her debut in Mar 20, 2009. Till date she has won 42 boxing matches, lost 2 boxing matches out of 45 fights of her professional career.

Amanda Serrano Bio/Wiki

Real NameAmanda Serrano
Age33 years
Date of BirthOctober 9, 1988
BirthplaceCarolina, Puerto Rico
NationalityPuerto Rican
ProfessionBoxer
Boxer Amanda Serrano
Amanda Serrano with Jake Paul

Family

FatherYet To Update
MotherYet To Update
SiblingsCindy Serreno, Keith Tsunami, Danny
BoyfriendYet To Update

Education

SchoolBushwick High School
UniversityYet To Update
QualificationYet To Update
Boxer Amanda Serrano

Physical Statistics

Height5’5 Feet
Weight55 Kg
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack

Amanda Serrano Records & Achievements

Amanda Serrano 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. Cindy, her older sister, is a professional boxer as well.

Boxer Amanda Serrano

After Cindy won the WBO featherweight belt in 2016, the two made history by becoming the first sisters to simultaneously hold world titles from major sanctioning bodies. Serrano received the WBO’s Female Boxer of the Year Award twice (in 2016 and 2018), and she also received the first-ever “Super World Championship” for a female boxer. She is currently rated as the best active female featherweight in the world by The Ring and BoxRec, as well as the third-best female overall by ESPN and The Ring.

Boxer Amanda Serrano

Early life

Amanda Serrano was born in the town of Carolina, together with her sister Cindy. Her grandparents were born in the Carolina municipality. When she was a small girl, the family relocated to New York, where they became part of the sizable Puerto Rican diaspora (colloquially known as Nuyoricans). She was up in a Puerto Rican cultural haven, surrounded by this neighbourhood, where traditional cuisine and salsa music predominated.

Amanda Serrano’s amateur career was brief and ended with a record of just 9-1, but in 2008, she took home the Staten Island amateur title. She then participated in the featherweight division of the New York Daily News Golden Gloves, where she won by referee stopping contest (RSC, which is the IBA’s equivalent of a technical knockout) over Glenyss Puentevella in the semifinal and by decision over USA Boxing’s national champion Jody-Ann Weller in the championship match.

Boxing Career

Jordan Maldonado, a well-known female American professional boxing trainer from New York City, is Serrano’s manager and trainer. The first world champion in Boxing 360 is Serrano. Amanda won her match against Jennifer Scott on June 11, 2011, and she now holds the vacant NABF featherweight title.

The fight was supposed to last 8 rounds, but Serrano quickly ended it after stopping Scott in the first round in 1:04. In Linköping, Sweden’s Cloetta Center, Serrano squared off against the unbeaten Frida Wallberg on April 27, 2012. The obligatory 8 ounce gloves for that category were replaced with 10 ounce gloves because the WBC refused to follow the rules. Wallberg defeated Serrano in a contentious unanimous decision.

Boxer Amanda Serrano

Victor Loughlin served as the referee, while the judges were Gudjon Vilhelm (93–98), Venciclav Nikolov (93–97), and Franco Ciminale (94–96). Amanda Serrano knocked out Daniela Bermudez on March 25, 2021 at Plaza del Quinto Centenario, San Juan, Puerto Rico, with a body blow in round nine. Serrano kept her WBC and WBO featherweight championships. In The Ring’s P4P top 10, Serrano and Bermudez were positioned before the match.

Till date she has won 42 boxing matches, lost 2 boxing matches out of 45 fights of her professional career.

Wrestling Career

In 2019, Serrano announced her involvement in MMA and expressed interest in possibly joining World Wrestling Entertainment. At the same time, she also mentioned that she would soon be performing for a promotion and that she had been training under Jonathan Figueroa (also known by his ring name Amazing Red).

Boxer Amanda Serrano

MMA Training

Amanda Serrano began adding kicks to her training in the beginning of 2015 as she intensified her preparation for her MMA debut. She met Miesha Tate, Holly Holm, and Cristiane Justino while filming Fight Valley with her sister, and after learning about their affluent lifestyles, she came up with the idea. People associated in MMA became interested in her after this, and she was approached and informed of the move’s possible financial rewards.

When asked about the situation, Serrano stated that the lack of a Puerto Rican female competitor in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) at the time provided further impetus. Serrano continued her introduction to kickboxing with the approval of her boxing coach Jordan Maldonado, noting a common lack of funding for female boxers. By the summer of 2016, Serrano acknowledged that she had given serious thought to quitting her job to pursue MMA because of dissatisfaction with the condition of the industry, but that being able to participate in ShoBox had changed her mind.

Instead, she started working on making history by being the first person to simultaneously hold both the boxing and MMA crowns, planning to make her debut in late 2017. She continued her kickboxing training under former world champion Luis Ruiz and added Brazilian jiujitsu at the Dojo NYC under the instruction of brown belt Gabriel Marte.

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