Amanda Serrano remains on collision course for Katie Taylor
As expected, Amanda Serrano's weight cut proved significantly tougher than the fight itself.
Serrano has become a world champion in an incredible seventh weight class after tearing through opponent Eva Voraberger in just 35 seconds on Friday night.
Voraberger barely got a punch off when Serrano connected with a vicious body shot and forced the outmatched opponent to her knees in agony.
Having added the vacant WBO light welterweight title to her collection last September, Serrano remarkably dropped to 115lbs for this weekend's outing and encountered little difficulty as she stormed to her 21st consecutive victory in New York City.
Seventh heaven! @SerranoSisters makes history, winning the WBO World Super-Flyweight Title stopping Voraberger in the very first round with a savage body shot 💥
What an achievement! 👏 #AndTheNew #SerranoVoraberger #AndradeAkavov pic.twitter.com/dhRUdGjOVi
— Matchroom Boxing (@MatchroomBoxing) January 19, 2019
Now with the WBO super flyweight belt strapped around her waist, Serrano seemingly has her pick of weight divisions in which to compete but she is intent on defending her newest title before turning her gaze elsewhere.
The opponent on everyone's lips is none other than Katie Taylor, the undefeated Bray boxer who beat Serrano's sister Cindy via unanimous decision last year.
Taylor has already expressed a desire to fight the younger Serrano sister in 2019 and Amanda has warned the London 2012 gold medallist to stay prepared.
— DAZN Boxing (@DAZNBoxing) January 19, 2019
"When that fight comes, I hope she's ready for it," Serrano said in her post-fight interview.
"Right now, I have other fights in mind but she better be ready for me."