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Seventh Heaven: Amands Serrano takes care of Eva Voraberger in 35 seconds, wins another weight class title

Serrano moves into second as the only fighter in the world to win seven multi-weight division titles.

Months of training and dedication resulted in another history-making moment for Amanda Serrano. The Brooklyn native walked into the Hulu Theater inside Madison Square Garden looking to make history. In less than a minute, she was able to accomplish what many thought to be the impossible.

Serrano (36-1-1) defeated Eva Voraberger to win the WBO World Super-Flyweight Title. By doing so, she won her seventh different weight class title. After backing Voraberger into the corner early in the round, a hard body shot ended her opponents night early. The referee stopped the fight with 35 seconds posted. She now has 26 wins via knockout.

Before this fight on DAZN, Serrano fought for the welterweight title. Going through a dramatic weight cut for this fight, she didn’t appear worried. Speaking to Double G Sports, she didn’t dismiss Eva as a fighter as she was a fighting champion. She wasn’t going to go easy on her, however.

With the win, Serrano extends her streak as a multi-weight class titleist, while moving into second, surpassing Oscar De La Hoya. Up next? Manny Pacquiao with eight. It is not entirely impossible to tie him and even break the record.

There have been rumors regarding a clash with Lightweight Champion Katie Taylor and Serrano for quite some time. Taylor is scheduled to face Rose Volante for the WBO Lightweight Championship. A win would certainly align the stars for a matchup of the ages. Serrano kept her callout short and sweet.

“When that fight comes, I hope she’s ready for me”

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