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Amanda Serrano Batters Maria Maderna For WBO Belt

Buenos Aires, Argentina - Highly touted female boxer from Puerto Rico by way of Brooklyn, New York, Amanda Serrano ( 21-1-1, 16 KO's ) scored a impressive six round knockout over localist, Maria 'Tily' Maderna ( 13-9-3, 2 KO's ) from Buenos Aires to grab the WBO World Lightweight belt ( 135lbs ). The fight was held at the Argentine Boxing Federation Stadium.

This was Maderna fourth title defense but Serrano, a former Featherweight and Super Featherweight World Champion, was dominating the fight with her speed and power. Then in the 6 round, she connected a solid right hook that sent Maderna to the canvas, who then after getting on her feet told the referre to stop the fight.

Amanda Serrano commented "I promised my people of Puerto Rico and Brooklyn another World Title. Hard training and patience were the keys to succeed" said Amanda Serrano, "we learn two weeks ago about this fight but I was training very hard for another fight, so there were no surprises. I want to thank Maria Maderna for accepting the fight and the people of Argentina for their love".

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by DondiNeverLeft on 08-16-2014

War Serrano! With a bouquet of roses, of course.:luvbed:

Comment by PETUFF on 08-16-2014

warrr Amanda!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:boxing::boxing:

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