Amanda Serrano (43-2-1, 30 KO’s) puts three women’s featherweight titles on the line against Erika Cruz (15-1, 3 KO’s) on Saturday night at Hulu Arena at Madison Square Garden. A win would give her a fourth, Cruz’s WBA title. It is the headline of a tremendous card.
How to watch Amanda Serrano vs. Erika Cruz
The main card gets underway at 8 p.m. ET with ring walks for the main event expected around 9:53 p.m. ET. You can watch the fights on DAZN.
Serrano is one of the most decorated women’s boxers of her era. She has fought in seven different divisions, but has only ever fought in one undisputed title match, a loss against Katie Taylor last Spring that many called the greatest women’s boxing match ever. A win over Cruz could land Serrano a rematch with Taylor, who fights as a lightweight.
Cruz’s professional experience dwarfs that of Serrano––she’s fought in 16 pro bouts compared to Serrano’s 45. But she is coming off a couple of the biggest wins of her career, both against Jelena Mrdjenovich who she claimed the WBA title from. An upset win over Serrano would surely be the biggest of her career.
Full card for Amanda Serrano vs. Erika Cruz
- Main event: Amanda Serrano vs. Erika Cruz Hernandez, 10 rounds, for IBF, WBA, WBC and WBO women’s featherweight titles
- Alycia Baumgardner vs. Elhem Mekhaled, 10 rounds, for IBF, WBA, WBC and WBO women’s super featherweight titles
- Richardson Hitchins vs. John Bauza, 10 rounds, Super lightweight
- Yankiel Rivera Figueroa vs. Fernando Diaz, 8 rounds, Flyweight
- Skye Nicolson vs. Tania Alvarez, 10 rounds, Women’s featherweight
- Ramala Ali vs. Avril Mathie, 10 rounds, Women’s super bantamweight
- Shadasia Green vs. Elin Cederroos, 10 rounds, Women’s super middleweight
- Harley Mederos vs. Julio Madera, 6 rounds, Lightweight
- Aaron Aponte vs. Joshua David Rivera, 8 rounds, Super lightweight