Amanda Serrano vs Nina Meinke Betting Odds and Prediction

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Amanda Serrano vs Nina Meinke Preview March 2nd, 2024  

Amanda Serrano returns to her homeland of Puerto Rico to take on IBF mandatory challenger Nina Meinke of Germany at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico in San Juan this Saturday, March 2nd. Serrano also holds the WBO, IBO and WBA Women’s Featherweight Titles and they will be on the line as well. She gave up her WBC Title as the organization didn’t want to sanction three-minute rounds and 12-round bouts for women. Serrano last fought in October when she shut out mandatory challenger Danila Ramos of Brazil over 12 three-minute rounds. The 12-rounder can be seen live in most nations on DAZN. Meinke last boxed in October when she downed Laura Ledezma by a wide 10-round unanimous decision for the IBF Inter-Continental Featherweight Belt.

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Serrano vs Meinke Betting Odds

Here are the betting odds from online sportsbook (full review here).

  • Nina Meinke +1200
  • Amanda Serrano -3300

My Pick

Amanda Serrano is a 35-year-old southpaw who owns an impressive record of 46-2-1 with 30 Ko’s. She has 234 rounds of experience under her belt since turning pro in 2009 and now resides in Brooklyn, New York. She also has experience in wrestling and mixed martial arts. Serrano stands just over 5-feet-5-inches tall with a 65.5-inch reach and has very good power in her fists with a current knockout ratio of 65.2 per cent but has gone the distance in her last seven fights and nine of the last 13. Serrano has won boxing bettors plenty of wagers over her career.

Serrano is a former Staten Island, New York City Golden Gloves, and Empire State Amateur Champion and has won numerous regional and minor pro titles. Since turning pro, she’s also captured the WBC and IBO Featherweight Titles as well as the IBF World Female Super Featherweight, WBO World Female Lightweight, WBO World Female Super Bantamweight, WBO World Female Bantamweight, WBO World Female Super Lightweight, and WBO World Female Super Flyweight Titles.

Her first defeat came at the hands of Frida Walberg in April, 2012 when she lost by a 10-round unanimous decision in a shot at the WBC World Female Super Featherweight Title. She appeared to do enough to beat Katie Taylor in April, 2022, which was a fight-of-the-year candidate, but came out on the wrong end of a split decision for the IBF/WBA/WBC/WBO Lightweight Titles, while her draw came in 2009 in a four-round affair with Ela Nunez. Serrano has weighed between 118 and 138.5 lbs during her pro career and has actually won titles in seven different weight classes.

She also has wins over Sarah Mahfoud, Erika Cruz Hernandez, Kimberly Connor, Fatuma Zarika (twice), Calista Silgado, Yazmin Rivas, Dahianna Santana (twice), Marilyn Hernandez, Eva Voraberger, Daniela Bermudez and Yamileth Mercardo. Serrano has lost just once in the last 10 years over a span of 32 fights. All of her victories have come by way of stoppage or unanimous decision except for her pro debut which was a four-round majority decision over Jackie Trivilino.

The 30-year-old Meinke is also a southpaw and enters the ring with a record of 18-3 with 4 Ko’s and has fought 140 rounds since making her pro debut in 2016 following a short amateur career. She measures just over 5-feet-6-inches tall with an unlisted reach which means she’s an inch taller than Serrano. As far as power goes, Ramos has very little of it as just 22.2 per cent of her wins have come by stoppage and she’s halted just one of her past 14 opponents.

Meinke’s fist defeat came in 2017 when she was stopped by Katie Taylor in the seventh round. She then dropped a 10-round split decision to Elina Tissen a year later and lost her WIBF Featherweight Belt which she won in her previous fight with a unanimous decision over Vissia Trovato. Her last defeat came at the hands of Sarah Mahfoud by unanimous decision in April, 2022 in a shot at the IBF Featherweight Title.

As a pro, Meinke has also captured the vacant WBC Youth Super Featherweight Bel, the vacant European Featherweight Title, the Global Union Featherweight Crown, the WBA Gold World Featherweight Belt and the IBF Inter-Continental Featherweight Title. He biggest wins have been over Hasna Tukic, Lucie Sedlackova, Edina Kiss, Edith Matthysse and Kimika Miyoshi. She performed well against Katie Taylor and Mahfoud, Sarah but fell short when stepping up in class.


Serrano has a very fan-friendly style as she’s an exciting and aggressive boxer enough power to do some damage. She’s one of the top female boxer’s in the world and lets her hands go as often as possible. Meinke is a durable fighter but lacks the experience, power, speed and overall skills of Serrrano. She lacks the power to keep Serrano at bay but is tough enough to go the distance. Serrano will simply let her hands go and the volume punching should be enough to win by stoppage.

Serrano’s natural aggression and volume punching should be the difference.

Play: Serrano -3300 @

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