Amanda Serrano's 46-fight career is one full of success and admirable feats, but a victory on Saturday night could be her biggest achievement yet.
The IBF, WBC and WBO women's featherweight champion will go head-to-head with WBA title holder Erika Cruz in New York where the winner will be crowned the undisputed champion at 126lbs.
In addition to holding all the marbles in the women's featherweight division, a win for Serrano would see her become the first Puerto Rican boxer to become an undisputed champion and while that rematch with Katie Taylor looks imminent, she has only been focused on one goal.
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"I want to be undisputed champion, being the first Puerto Rican undisputed world champion. That’s my goal," Serrano said the final fight week press conference.
"Puerto Rico has had champions in all the divisions, the seven-division world champion, the youngest champion, and now, come Saturday, god-willing, become the first undisputed champion coming out of Puerto Rico. And it’s at the weight divisions where I feel my best, I’m comfortable, it’s my division.”
When looking ahead to the fight itself, Serrano is expecting a tough battle and one which the fans watching around the world on DAZN will enjoy.
“It’s definitely going to be a great fight," Serrano stated.
"Erika Cruz is a Mexican champion, she’s going to come, and I’m coming guns blazing, so it’s going to be punches and bunches and it’s going to be an amazing night.
"The fans are going to be the winners because it’s going to be a great night of fireworks and punches and action.”