The face of Puerto Rico's women's boxing, Amanda Serrano, has officially signed a deal with the professional fighter's league and will be fighting an MMA match soon. It is worth knowing that Serrano has competed as an MMA fighter before and has a professional MMA record of 2-0-1.
Jake Paul has also signed a deal with the PFL, and it will be interesting to see how soon Paul and Serrano fight MMA professionally. Serrano will be fighting against Heather Hardy for the rematch in 2 days; this is Hardy's perfect opportunity to avenge the bitter loss and snatch all the featherweight belts from Amanda Serrano.
Hardy is currently on a 2 match winning streak, and she is one step away from flipping her career forever and becoming the women's featherweight champion of the world.
Amanda Serrano talks about her PFL debut
Amanda Serrano recently signed up with the PFL and shared her thoughts about fighting an MMA match and how she looks forward to promoting the recognition of females participating in combat sports.
"I joined the PFL PPV Super Fight Division because of their revolutionary format that empowers fighters like never before," Serrano said, as quoted by boxingscene.com. "The PFL's commitment to promoting high-profile, pay-per-view events with some of the biggest MMA stars in the world showcases an incredible opportunity to elevate my career to new heights and prove my ability beyond just the ring.
Serrano further said: I may be known for boxing, but I've always loved and trained in MMA and Jiu-Jitsu, knowing those skills would only add to my ability when going against any opponent". "The League's commitment to gender equality, providing equal opportunities and recognition of female fighters, is also a driving force behind my decision.
I can't wait to step back into the cage and deliver thrilling performances and unforgettable moments for fans around the world".