Amanda Serrano Secures Decisive Win Over Danila Ramos By Winning All 12 Rounds

Amanda Serrano made history in the first-ever women’s unification fight consisting of 12 three-minute rounds as the Puerto Rican beat Danila Ramos via a unanimous decision to retain her undisputed featherweight titles.

Serrano dominated the fight from the opening bell by winning all the rounds against the Brazilian, who failed to trouble the champion. Serrano went on the front foot by putting Ramos on the ropes in the opener before landing numerous hooks to dominate the first two rounds. Meanwhile, Ramos’ desire to use the jab to stay out of range was clear. But as Serrano picked up the pace, Ramos could not live with the champion’s intensity.

In round four, Serrano connected with shots to the midsection and head as the champion closed the distance to land on the inside. Ramos’ eye began to swell up, but the challenger did connect with a counter left.

The same story followed in rounds five and six. In the latter round, Serrano outworked her opponent with more shots to the head. Serrano staked her opponent as numerous left hands landed upstairs.


As the fight entered past the halfway stage, the pace began to slow down given, the additional rounds that were being fought. Despite that being the case, Serrano’s output was clear to see. According to CompuBox, Serrano connected with 338 shots compared to Ramos, who only landed 120.

And it came to a head in round ten. Serrano attacked the body as Ramos began to slow down from the right hooks that were coming her way. While Serrano did try and secure a knockout, Rams was on the retreat as the challenger made it to the final bell.

The judges scored the bout as follows: 120-108, 120-108 and 120-108. The win was Serrano’s fourth in a row since the loss to Katie Taylor, while Ramos’ four-fight-win streak came to an end.


“I went through the whole fight and I still have the energy to hold all my belts. This was a historic night. I hope it’s just the beginning because I know there are a lot of women coming after me. I know the future is bright for us,” Serrano


Amanda Serrano def. Danila Ramos via a unanimous decision: 120-108, 120-108, 120-108

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Benigno Aguilar def. Alexander Rios via a split decision: 58-55, 56-57, 57-56

Krystal Rosado def. Kata Pap via a unanimous decision: 40-36, 40-36, 40-36

Damazion Vanhouter def. Nafys Garner via a unanimous decision: 40-36, 39-37, 39-37

Antonio Vargas def. Hernan Marquez via a unanimous decision: 99-89, 99-89, 99-89

Angel Chavez def. Sladan Janjanin via a unanimous decision: 60-54, 60-54, 60-54

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