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Serrano Walks Thru Gerula Picks Up WBO Featherweight Strap

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Serrano celebrates after stopping her opponent in the 1st round
Serrano celebrates after stopping her opponent in the 1st round

It took only one round for Amanda Serrano to obliterate her opponent Olivia Gerula and pick up the WBO world featherweight championship belt.  With the win, three-time world champion Amanda ‘The Real Deal’ Serrano from Carolina, Puerto Rico put the division on notice.  Here are some shots from the fight which only lasted about two minutes.

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Born in Queens, NY and raised in Colombia, George Jimenez found his passion for Sports photography through his love for boxing. He combined his love for boxing and photography in 2009 when he had the chance to photograph his first boxing match. George currently contributes to Ringnews24.com, an international website dedicated to boxing based out of the UK which has allowed him to bring his work to a whole new audience. In his short six years as a boxing photographer his work has been published in various publications such as Ring Magazine, Boxing News magazine, and he is a regular contributor to ESPN and other major boxing websites. While not limited to any specific sport or discipline, George has become most known for his work within the sport of Boxing. In his downtime, George enjoys spending time with his wife Victoria and his dogs Maximus and Apollo.