Multiple-time boxing world champion Amanda Serrano set to make MMA debut, signs with Combate Americas

Multiple-time boxing world champion Amanda Serrano is set to make the transition to MMA and has signed with Combate Americas as part of their flyweight division.

Serrano has won multiple boxing world titles in various different weight-classes.

The 29-year-old owns an impressive 35-1-1 record in professional boxing, including 26 knockout victories. She is considered by many to be one of the best pound-for-pound female boxers in the world. The Puerto Rican has won a number of world titles in multiple weight-classes including the WBO lightweight, featherweight, super bantamweight and bantamweight titles, as well as the WBC, IBF super featherweight belts.

Serrano’s is expected to make her MMA debut in March, no official date or opponent has been announced as of yet.

WMMA Flyweight World Rankings

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