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Serrano to fight Jennifer Scott
by Sue TL Fox
June 7, 2011

     
   
   
   
   

(JUNE 7) WBAN has been notified by a press release that on June 11, 2011, at the historic Roseland Ballroom, in New York City, New York, Amanda Serrano will be fighting Jennifer Scott. The two will be fighting an eight rounder for an NABF title.

Serrano said in the press release that she would have preferred to have fought former NABF champion Maureen Shea, but she was stripped of her title. Serrano said in that release, "She [Shea] has no heart."

Serrano stated, “She [Shea] was offered a fight against me but turned it down and was stripped. Maybe if she has a heart transplant we can fight in the future. It would have been nice – Brooklyn vs. Bronx – if she took the fight."

“I want to be the face of women’s boxing. I can box and brawl. I want to be a role model for girls to look up to. My opponent for this fight doesn’t have a great record (2-3, 2 KOs) but she’s tough and coming to fight. She’s an undefeated MMA fighter, too. I never take anybody lightly. Look what happened to Maureen Shea. She was knocked out by a fighter with a 2-2 record. My last opponent (Ela Nunez) had never been knockout until I stopped her and I want to be the first to knockout Scott, " added Serrano.

Serrano has tried diligently to fight any and all comers in the sport, and looking at her record only validates that statement.

WBAN just recently had a conversation with Melissa "Huracan" Hernandez, and she expressed interest in fighting Serrano, and said that she would be happy to erased the "O" from Serrano's record.  This would be a great matchup for these two for a world title fight between what we consider,  two very talented boxers. 

In regards to this upcoming fight with Serrano vs. Scott. There is probably no problem with these two mixing it up in a non-title fight---but a title fight---no way. Scott has lost her last three fights.

If WBAN had any "Make a Wish" in this sport, we  would certainly "Wish" that some of these federations would think more about the sport, then their pocket book on making title fights.
 

 
     
     
   
 
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