Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano are on their way to make history in Madison Square Garden on April 30. For the first time in history, Madison Square is hosting female boxing headliners.
Serrano and Taylor will fight for the undisputed world lightweight championship. Hence, Taylor will be defending her WBC, WBA, IBF, WBO, and The Ring female lightweight titles. Currently, Taylor is ranked top in the Ring Magazine’s women boxer’s pound for pound category. On the other hand, Serrano is in the third position in the same category.
Taylor turned pro in 2016. But, before that, she had some extraordinary records in her amateur career as she won five world championships and a Gold Medal at Olympic Games in 2012 in London. She earned four major lightweight titles in 2019 over Delfine Persoon. And after that, Katie defended the titles successfully five times. She will be appearing for her sixth defense tonight. She has a 20-0 winning record.
Serrano, on the other hand, became a professional boxer in 2009 and gradually tried different weight classes and dominated all the classes. She fought in Super Flyweight, Bantamweight, Super Bantamweight, Featherweight, Super featherweight, Lightweight, and Light welterweight categories. Additionally, Serrano won five weight class titles and held a gunnies world record due to the wins.
Since the bout is going to make history at Madison and create hype among the fans, there is a huge purse on the table.
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Katie Taylor vs Amanda Serrano Purse, Payouts, Salaries
Since Serrano is playing for Jake Paul’s boxing company, Paul made sure to raise the fight purse to seven figures. However, the exact amount is not released yet, but you predict that the fighters will make around $1 million or more than that.
This will be Serrano’s first $1 million purse as she used to make six figures. For example, her salary for the last fight was $275,000 in December 2021 against Miriam Gutiérrez.
On the other hand, this is the fourth time Taylor will be making more than one million dollars.
However, these payouts don’t include any deduction for some classified items such as licenses, insurance, and taxes. Further, other incentive payments will be added later after the event is finished. Hence, the fighters will earn more which we will update upon the disclosure from the organizer.
Note: This post was pieced together from various news sources and authors, which is assumed to be reliable. As soon as the final payout is disclosed, we will update the data.