Amanda Serrano, the undefeated women's featherweight boxing champion, has joined the PFL (Professional Fighters League).
On Wednesday, 2 August, Serrano revealed on The MMA Hour to signing a deal to compete in the PFL PPV Super Fight Division, likely in the flyweight category. Serrano joins renowned fighters like Francis Ngannou, Jake Paul, and Kayla Harrison in the PFL roster for the upcoming PPV Super Fight Division.
Having debuted in MMA as a flyweight with a unanimous draw against Corina Herrera in April 2018, Serrano secured victories in her subsequent bouts, including a 60-second guillotine choke submission of Valentina Garcia as a strawweight in June 2021. Her current MMA record stands at 2 wins, 0 losses, and 1 draw.
— Amanda Serrano (@Serranosisters) August 3, 2023
A highly decorated boxer, Serrano has won nine major world titles across seven different weight classes, establishing her as one of the most accomplished female champions in the sport. Known as "The Real Deal," she holds multiple featherweight titles, including the WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, IBO, and The Ring championships. This weekend, she is set to defend her undisputed belts in a rematch against Heather Hardy, a co-headlining attraction on the Jake Paul vs. Nate Diaz card at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.
A significant milestone in Serrano's career was her Fight of the Year encounter with Katie Taylor in 2022, marking the first women's boxing match to headline New York's Madison Square Garden. Although Taylor emerged victorious through a split decision, the bout has been widely regarded as one of the biggest women's boxing matches in history.