One of the most historic fights in Madison Square Garden history will be taking place on April 30. Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano finally face off for Taylor’s WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring lightweight titles. The two will main event Madison Square Garden.
A 2012 Olympic gold medalist, Taylor made her pro debut in 2016 and won the WBA lightweight title in 2017. She then beat Victoria Bustos in 2018 for the IBF title, Rose Volante for the WBO title, and Delfine Persoon in 2019 for the WBC and The Ring titles. Her last bout of her was a unanimous decision win over Firuza Sharipova in December.
Serrano is a seven-division world champion, having held gold in the super-featherweight, junior-featherweight, featherweight, lightweight, bantamweight, light-welterweight, and junior-bantamweight divisions. She is on a 28-fight win streak since suffering the only loss of her career in 2012. “The Real Deal’s” last fight was in December, a unanimous decision win against Miriam Gutierrez.
The fight is finally back on after the two were going to clash back in 2020 at a Matchroom Fight Camp event. Several factors led to the fight getting nixed, with debate as to whether it would be picked up again. Now, two fighters in their prime are ready to put on a show for the ages.
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The Sporting News will be providing live updates and highlights from Taylor vs. Serrano as it happens.
Katie Taylor vs. Amanda Serrano live results, updates
Katie Taylor vs. Amanda Serrano undercard results
Before the main card, Khalil Coe defeated William Langston via unanimous decision (60-54, 59-55, 58-56). Australia’s Skye Nicholson would knock down Shanecqua Paisley Davis before the end of the sixth round of their fight, landing crisp shots to the face of her opponent throughout the contest. She would win via unanimous decision (60-53, 60-53, 60-53).
Reshat Mati had the crowd behind him the entire fight against Joe Eli Hernandez. “The Albanian Bear” was sharp from the start, and would not give Hernandez a chance to breathe for eight rounds. Matt would win via unanimous decision (80-72, 80-72, 80-72).
In the last bout of the undercard fights, Austin Williams knocked out Chordale Booker (2:25 into the first round).
Ammo Williams means business 😤
— DAZN Boxing (@DAZNBoxing) April 30, 2022
When is Katie Taylor vs. Amanda Serrano?
- Date: Saturday, April 30
- Event start: 7:30 p.m. ET
- main event: 10:30 p.m. ET (approximately)
Katie Taylor vs. Amanda Serrano will take place on Saturday, April 30. The main event is expected to begin around 10:30 pm ET, depending on how long the undercard fights last.
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How to watch Taylor vs. Highlander
TheTaylor vs. Serrano main card will be airing on DAZN.
Taylor vs. Serrano PPV price: How much does the card cost?
- DAZN monthly subscription: $19.99, $20 in Canada, £7.99 in the UK
- DAZN annual subscription: $99.99, $150 in Canada
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In order to watch Katie Taylor vs. Amanda Serrano, you can either pay for a DAZN monthly subscription ($19.99) or an annual subscription ($99.99).
In Canada, a DAZN monthly subscription is $20, while an annual subscription is $150.
The fight is included as part of the subscription price.
Customers in the UK can sign up to DAZN for £7.99 per month.
Katie Taylor vs. Amanda Serrano fight card
- Katie Taylor (c)vs. Amanda Serrano for the WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring lightweight titles
- Franchon Crews-Dezern (c) vs. Elin Cederroos (c) for the WBC, WBO, WBA, IBF super-middleweight titles
- Liam Smith vs. Jessie Vargas; Super Welterweights
- Galal Yafai (c) vs. Miguel Cartagena for the WBC International flyweight title
- Skye Nicolson vs. Shanecqua Paisley Davis; Featherweights
- Austin Williams vs. Chordale Booker; Middleweights
- Reshat Mati vs. Joe Eli Hernandez; Welterweights
- Khalil Coe vs. William Langston; Light-Heavyweights
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