Amanda Serrano Career Earnings (purse, payouts) + Net Worth

Amanda Serrano is the current WBC, WBO, and IBO female featherweight champion of the world. Also known as “The Real Deal”, she has established herself as one of the greatest in the history of the sport.

Over the years, Amanda has built her resume, taking on some of the biggest names in the world of boxing. As such, Serrano’s professional boxing record stands at 41 wins, 30 knockouts, and one loss (against Frida Wallberg). Truly, the Puerto Rican possesses one of the best records of any fighters to ever grace the sport. 

Known for her energy, durability, and some lethal striking, Amanda is sure to have made good money from her fights. Thus, the only question in people’s minds will be: How much did she earn? Well, let’s examine what are Amanda Serrano career earnings through salary, purse, payouts, bonuses, incentive pay, sponsorship & what her net worth is.

Amanda Serrano fights Yamileth Mercado in their WBC/WBO featherweight world championship during a Showtime pay-per-view event at Rocket Morgage Fieldhouse on August 29, 2021, in Cleveland, Ohio. (Credits: Getty Images)

Before we begin, here are some important things to keep in mind. Firstly, Florida State Athletic Commission does not release fighter pay, so none of the following payout data for the event is official. However, we can estimate a fighter’s pay info by looking at their previous, officially-released salaries.

Secondly, Amanda’s salary, incentive pay, and PPV revenue from her upcoming fight with Miriam Gutiérrez are yet to be released. Hence, you can check back here for updates. With all that out of the way, let’s begin.

Amanda Serrano Career Earnings

Amanda Serrano (r) throws a right hand against Eva Voraberger (l) at The Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden on January 18, 2019, in New York City. (Credits: Getty Images)

Throughout her career, Amanda has brought in a humungous amount of money. As such, it is very difficult to acquire and compile a completely flawless record of all of Serrano’s earnings from fights. Hence, here are some of Amanda’s biggest paydays over the years: 

  • Heather Hardy: $100,000
  • Daniela Romina Bermúdez: $350,000
  • Yamileth Mercado: $400,000
  • Miriam Gutiérrez: $275,000

Estimated Career Earnings: $3 million+

A Glance at Amanda Serrano Asset Accumulation

Name Amanda Serrano 
Age 33 years old (Born 1988)
Net Worth $5 million (approx.) 
Status Active 
Salary $275,000 (upcoming fight with Miriam Gutiérrez)
Source of Wealth Boxing Career, Endorsements 
Endorsements  Double-A Boxing, Most Valuable Promotions, BAVAFA Sports, Jordan, HeadQuarters CLE, SportsLegendsPR, and more. 
Endorsement Earnings $500,000
Marital Status  Unmarried
Residence Brooklyn, New York, United States
Charities N/A

What is Amanda Serrano Net Worth in 2021?

According to multiple reports, Amanda Serrano’s Net Worth sits at around $5 million in 2021. For the most part, Serrano makes most of her killing plying her trade inside the ring but also from her lucrative endorsement deals. Currently, the Puerto Rican fighter is sponsored by Double-A Boxing, Most Valuable Promotions, BAVAFA Sports, Jordan, HeadQuarters CLE, SportsLegendsPR, and more. 

As mentioned above, Serrano’s earnings from Boxing ( includes pay, salaries, earnings, bonuses) amount to more than $3 million. However, Amanda has also branched out into MMA and wrestling.  Thus, if we take into account the prize money from these fights and her other ventures, Amanda’s earnings from fighting amount to about $3.5 million.

With her career still blooming, the 33-year-olds influence is also expected to keep increasing,  making her a very marketable athlete. Thus, you can expect a significant increase in Serrano’s endorsement earnings in the coming years. Moreover, “The Real Deal” will look to increase her Net Worth, even more, when she takes on Miriam Gutiérrez on Dec 18, at Amelie Arena, Tampa, Florida, U.S. 

Sami Haider

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Sami Haider is a UFC/boxing journalist who connects combat sports to pop culture. His deep passion for the UFC started in 2018, triggered by the UFC 229: Khabib vs. McGregor fight. He is a passionate writer who has a profound love for the sport and the skills that are used in it. Through his work, Sami aspires to connect combat sportsmen and their enthusiastic fans.


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