Vies For World Title No. 2 on April 27
Having been stripped of her IBF wormen’s junior lightweight title, Amanda Serrano (14-0-1, 9 KOs) enters her April 27 matchup with WBC boss Frida Wallberg (10-0, 2 KOs) with hopes of adding a new belt to wear around her waist.
“Just knowing I have the chance to fight for my second world title is amazing,” she said. “I’m only a week away, and I’m so pumped I can taste it.”
Serrrano is riding a 10-bout winning streak, capped as of late by a unanimous nod over Ela Nunez in February. The 23-year-old New York-base Puerto Rican spoke with BoxingScene.com about her upcoming trip to Linkoping, Sweden.
BoxingScene.com: You’re coming off a win over Ela Nunez that went he distance. What lessons can you take out of a fight like that?
It was a great fight. It was a battle and a boost of confidence knowing I went eight hard rounds with a tough Ela Nunez because I knew I could go tow more if I had to. Continue Reading…
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