Amanda Serrano wrapped up the decade with arguably the biggest year of her career, and with a collection of awards to accompany the ride.
The Puerto Rican southpaw—who lives and trains in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn, New York—has received several Fighter of the Year honors in the past and can now add Fighter of the Decade to her lengthy resume. The distinction has been bestowed upon her by Ring 8, a New York State non-profit organization who will present her with the honor during its annual awards ceremony Sunday at Russo’s on the Bay in the Howard Beach section of Queens, New York.
“I am super excited and honored to have a great organization like Ring 8 take notice of our last 10 years in the ring,” Serrano (37-1-1, 27KOs) told BoxingScene.com. “We were their Fighter of the Year a few years ago (2017) and that was also something we deeply cherish.”