Boxing champion Amanda Serrano has said that she is ready to face UFC Flyweight champion, Valentina Shevchenko if Dana White agrees to the demands put forth by Jake Paul last day.
Jake Paul had noted that he would retire from boxing if Dana White accepts certain conditions such as a new minimum salary for UFC Fighters, healthcare benefits, and overall revenue paid among others. Now, Multi-division champion Serrano has added to the offer and said that she is ready to sign a one-fight deal with UFC and fight Shevchenko if White is willing to make the changes that Jake Paul suggested.
“I will gladly sign a one-fight deal with the UFC to challenge Valentina for the flyweight Championship if UFC agrees to Jake’s offer. Let’s make history,” Amanda noted on her Twitter account.
The 33-year-old Serrano has a professional boxing record of 42-1-1 to her name and has won world titles across multiple weight classes. Interestingly, she has already crossed over to MMA as well and holds a record of 2-0-1 to her name with her last fight coming back on June 11, 2021, which she won via submission. Serrano holds a grappling record of 5-0 to her name as well having finished four of her matches via submission.
Shevchenko, on the other hand, has been a force to reckon with in the UFC Flyweight division. She has been unstoppable lately and has not suffered a loss since 2017.
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