The two women are set to headline a Matchroom Boxing fight card from the ‘World’s Most Famous Arena’ Madison Square Garden.
With such hype behind the fight, many are wondering when it will be taking place and how they can watch the action unfold.
Here’s everything you need to know about the date of the Taylor vs Serrano fight that will be taking place at MSG.
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Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano Press Conference announcing their undisputed World Lightweight title fight on Saturday April 30 at Madison Square Garden in New York. 7th February 2022. Picture By Mark Robinson, Matchroom Boxing
Katie Taylor vs Amanda Serrano Date
Taylor vs Serrano is set to take place on Saturday 30th April 2022 from the aforementioned Madison Square Garden.
The event will be available to watch live on DAZN, a service that is available for fans in the UK to subscribe to at just £7.99 per month.
Both Taylor and Serrano discussed the upcoming fight at a Press Conference in London on Monday 7th February 2022:
Serrano stated: “I want to thank London for having me, it’s a beautiful city. The struggle has been real but I’m super happy and excited that I’ve finally got to see a little bit of light at the end of the tunnel with this fight with Katie Taylor.
“We’re making history and that’s what I want to do, I want to continue to open the doors for the new generation coming into the sport.
“I’m a woman for equality and we all talk about equality, on this table multiple times, we’re making history at the Garden being the first woman to headline.
“We’re making the biggest payday for both of us, and I think we should just continue to make this iconic, make changes to this game and if Katie Taylor is willing and ready and able to make this an equal fight of 12 rounds of 3 minutes. If we want to make change, I think we should pave it right now on DAZN. This is all about equality and we should make the change right now.”
Taylor noted at the Press Conference: “I don’t think changing to 12 3 minute rounds will make a difference, this event is already iconic the way it is.
“The fact the pre-sales are the second-best in MSG history says it all really, this fight is more important than we realise, and this proves that the perceptions have changed already. Boxing is boxing regardless, and the fight is already iconic the way it is.
“I think we’re making a stand the way we’re actually fighting each other in the first place, the best fighting the best. This fight is going to determine the best pound-for-pound female fighter in the world so we’re already making a stand by taking this fight.”
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