Serrano Thrashes Hardy; Green Goes The Distance With Curry

Serrano Beats Hardy and Shadasia Green Goes 10 With Curry

Amanda Serrano and Shadasia Green win their bouts
Amanda Serrano and Shadasia Green win their bouts

Amanda Serrano Dusts Off Hardy; Shadasia Green Stays Unbeaten

In a rematch that nobody was asking for, Amanda “The Real Deal” Serrano (45-2-1, 30KO) beat down Heather “The Heat” Hardy (24-3, 4KO) handily once again.

If you watched their first encounter in 2019, this fight was no different as Serrano was pinpoint accurate and attacked the body earlier.

The Real Deal fought well off the front foot, throwing combination punches that stunned Hardy and kept her on the back foot the entire fight. In addition, she showed an incredible motor, never slowing down the attack while ripping off six and seven unanswered shots.

Yet, The Heat is no pushover. She landed the counter right hand while taking advantage of Serrano’s lack of defensive awareness. Regardless of it being a one-sided fight, the crowd cheered in appreciation of their performance.

Two judges saw it 100-90, with one scorecard of 99-91 in favor of Serrano.

Next up is possibly a showdown with undisputed junior lightweight champion Alycia Baumgardner. Both champions have good power, and counterpunching ability. However, Serrano’s unlimited gas tank could be a problem for Baumgardner.


With the chance to fight for the undisputed super middleweight crown on the line, Shadasia “Sweet Terminator” Green (13-0, 11KO) went the distance against a tough Olivia Curry (7-2, 2KO).

Curry surprised the crowd by coming forward behind the jab. She threw combination punches while taking advantage of Green’s lack of activity early in the fight.

Things quickly changed once Green turned it up and decided to go into fight mode. Sweet Terminator couldn’t miss with the right hand as she changed levels from boxing off the back foot to landing hard shots in the middle of the ring.

Curry showed a heart by refusing to wilt from punches that had stopped previous opponents. Green went the distance for the first time since 2019, but that right hand continued to land until the final bell.

The judges scorecards of 100-87, 100-90, and 99-91 for Green. 3Kings Boxing saw it 98-92 for the Sweet Terminator.

It was good to go the distance, but she needs to work on defense and using the jab more. With big fights on the horizon against undisputed champion Savannah Marshall or Claressa Shields, Green needs to improve in those areas.

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