Amanda Serrano Main Event Cancelled, Because of Eye Injury



Amanda Serrano Main Event Cancelled, Because of Eye Injury

Amanda Serrano fought tears, not a foe, Saturday night in Puerto Rico at the Coliseum in San JuanThe top tier pugilist came to the ring after the Jake Paul co feature to announce she’d not be competing against Nina Meinke.

Wearing sunglasses, the New Yorker told fans that her eye was injured, and she wouldn’t be working.

It came about from a hair-do session, how she didn’t specify.

As fans took in the news, Ariel Helwani of DAZN announced that full refunds would be offered to patrons.

Meinke listened in the ring, and said she hopes the opportunity will recur.

Jake told fans that Serrano wanted to scrap and would be back.

This came after he whacked out Ryan Bourland in round one of their cruiserweight tango.

Paul, now 9-1, said that he expected the opposition to provide more of a test. The loser is 18-3.

Paul had his way with the North Dakota resident, hitting his soft midsection with relish.

Jake missed a bunch as he opened up but “The Rhino” was folded over, getting strafed. He didn’t protest the ending, which came at 2:37 of the opener.

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