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Amanda Serrano / Danilla Ramos Undisputed Title

Bout Set For Twelve, Three Minute Rounds!

(September 6th) In the first title fight since 2006, two women fighters will again be able to compete on the same level as their male counterparts.

When Brooklyn, New York, undisputed featherweight champion, Amanda “Real Deal” Serrano, 45-2-1, 30Ko’s defends her WBA, IBF and WBO belts against Buenos Aires, Argentina’s 38-year-old, WBO mandatory challenger, Danila “A Guerreira” Ramos, 12-2, 1Ko, October 27th at the Caribe Royale Resort in Orlando, Florida, the two combatants will fight twelve three-minute rounds instead of the standard ten two-minute rounds for women's boxing.


The Most Valuable Promotions twelve, three-minute round fight has been approved by all three sanctioning bodies and the Florida Athletic Commission.


Excited about the historic event Serrano was quoted "This fight is about more than some belts, we have faced a long and hard battle, united as women, to achieve the same pay, respect, and recognition in boxing. Together, on Friday, October 27, we will make history and prove to the world once again how incredible women's boxing is”!


There have been women's title fights with three-minute rounds before, for example, Friday, November 17th, 2006, Orleans Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, hometown favorite Layla McCarter claimed the vacant Global Boxing Union World Lightweight title with a ten, three-minute round unanimous decision over Belinda Laracuente.


Back at the Orleans Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas January 5th, 2007, McCarter added the vacant WBA World Lightweight title to her collection stopping Boiling Springs, South Carolina, “Nature Girl” Donna Biggers in the second round of their scheduled twelve, three-minute round affair.        

Ironically, St. Valentines Day, February 14, 2007, McCarter made the second defense her Global Boxing Union World Lightweight title retiring Miami Beach, Florida’s, Melissa “The Shark” Hernandez after the eighth round of the scheduled twelve, three-minute round Frank Luca, Crown Boxing promoted main event title bout.


Just five weeks later, April 27th, Hernandez would avenge the McCarter loss in an immediate rematch claiming Global Boxing Union World Lightweight title winning an eight, three-minute round majority decision.


In a non-title, three-minute round event, May 25th, 2007, Layla McCarter shut-out Dallas, Texas, “Angel” Angelica Martinez, 60-54 times three after six.


Recording four straight 2007-2008, two-minute round victories over Dominga Olivo, Daniella Smith, Tammy Franks and “The Real Deal’s” older sister, Cindy “Checkmate” Serrano.


March 7th, 2008 McCarter would return to three-minute rounds reclaiming the Global Boxing Union World Lightweight title, in an August 2008 fifth, three-minute retirement win over Dominga Olivo.


Three weeks later, headed north to Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, back at two-minute frames McCarter would retain her WBA World Lightweight strap with a ten round split decision win over Alberta, Canada’s, Jelena Mrdjenovich.


August 15th, 2008, fighting for the last time in three-minute rounds, Las Vegas, “Amazing” McCarter would retain her Global Boxing Union World Lightweight strap with a ten round unanimous decision over Barcelona, Spain’s, Loli “Sugar” Munoz.


November 2nd, 2019, in a ten round, three-minute round special attraction on the undercard of Saul Alvarez / Sergey Kovalev at the MGM Grand, Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, East LA’s, Seniesa “Super Bad”Estrada retained her WBA Interim World Flyweight title with a ninth-round technical decision win over Houston, Texas, previously unbeaten, 2012 Olympic Bronze Medalist, Marlen Esparza.       


Boxing’s first ever Puerto Rican, undisputed champion, Serrano making history all throughout her career is ready to make some more, October 27th in her next title fight versus Danila Ramos, at the Caribe Royale Resort in Orlando, Florida as the first ever women’s unification world title fight that will be three-minute rounds.

WBO Orders Amanda Serrano To Face Danila Ramos!

(August 29th) The WBO World Championship Committee has ordered Brooklyn, New York, World Featherweight Champion, Amanda "Real Deal" Serrano to defend her championship against Villa Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina, WBO mandatory contender Danila “A Guerreira” Ramos.

The 38 year-old, Ramos, 12-2, 1Ko with WBC Interim title challenge losses to Katrina Thanderz and Elhem Mekhaled comes off points win over Simone Aparecida da Silva, Natalia Josefina Alderete, Julia Gabriela Celes, claiming the WBO Interim World Featherweight title with a ten round split decision Brenda Karen Carabajal in her last outing August 18th.


The 34 year old, southpaw, IBF/IBO/WBA/WBC/WBO World Featherweight Champion, Amanda “Real Deal” Serrano, 45-2-1, 30Ko’s holds wins over Sarah Mahfoud, Erika Cruz and Hernandez and Heather Hardy since losing a ten round split decision to Katie Taylor, April, 2022.

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