Boxing champion Amanda Serrano joins the PFL PPV Super Fight Division in an exclusive partnership. Learn more about her transition to MMA and her impressive boxing record.
Boxing Champion Amanda Serrano Joins PFL PPV Super Fight Division
Amanda Serrano, the undisputed featherweight world boxing champion from Puerto Rico, has announced an exclusive partnership with the Professional Fighters League (PFL) . This partnership will see Serrano exclusively compete in MMA for the new PFL PPV Super Fight Division.
Serrano, with a remarkable boxing record of 44-2-1, including 30 knockouts, is a seven-division world champion. She joins the likes of Francis Ngannou, Jake Paul, and Kayla Harrison in the PFL PPV Super Fight Division.
The debut of Serrano in the PFL SmartCage and her opponent will be announced at a later date. With a 2-0-1 MMA record, Serrano is no stranger to the sport. Her last MMA bout was in 2021, where she secured a victory over Valentina Garcia by submission.
In addition to her MMA skills, Serrano also boasts an impressive 5-0 record in No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu. She expressed her excitement about the partnership, stating, "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 PFL stands out as the only MMA organization with a sports-season format. This unique format allows individual fighters to compete in a regular season, playoffs, and championship each year.
Stay tuned for more updates on Amanda Serrano’s journey in the PFL PPV Super Fight Division!