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Serrano Issues Rematch Warning to Taylor: "I Can Get the Stoppage"

In the aftermath of their historic clash at Madison Square Garden in April 2022, Amanda Serrano is sending a stern warning to Katie Taylor, signaling her eagerness for a rematch. Despite Taylor securing victory in their epic encounter, which marked the first female fight to headline at the iconic venue, Serrano and her team were dissatisfied with the scoring, sparking discussions of a potential second bout.

The Puerto Rican multi-weight world champion, managed by Jake Paul, expressed her confidence in a rematch, stating, “If we have the rematch, I believe I can get the stoppage this time.” Serrano, currently preparing for a March 2 fight with Nina Meinke in Puerto Rico, emphasizes her determination to make the judges redundant in a second meeting with Taylor.

The initial rematch plans were disrupted last year when Serrano pulled out due to the removal of Croke Park from the cards. However, recent statements from Serrano indicate her openness to a rematch, even expressing a willingness to return to two-minute rounds, a format she advocates against, solely for a bout with Taylor.

In a recent interview, Serrano revealed, “Definitely, I would love the rematch. And for Katie, she’d be the only person that I’m willing to go back to the two minutes for.” Serrano, the undisputed featherweight champion, anticipates an even more thrilling bout in a potential rematch, asserting that she would be stronger and smarter.

As speculation surrounds the possibility of a rematch, fans await official announcements for what promises to be another electrifying showdown between two of the sport’s pound-for-pound stars.

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