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    Amanda Serrano vs. Nina Meinke: Fight Card, Live Stream, How to watch

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    In the main event on Saturday from San Juan, Puerto Rico, Amanda Serrano “The Real Deal” will defend her belts as the WBO, IBF, and WBA featherweight champion against Nina Meinke “The Brave”. Serrano and Jake Paul have forged a friendship to fight on the same bill. Paul will compete against Ryan Bourland in the cruiserweight division’s main support match.

    Here’s everything about tonight big title fight between Serrano vs Meinke featuring Jake Paul vs Ryan Bourland on DAZN boxing schedule, cards and how to watch the biggest event from anywhere.

    Serrano vs. Meinke Fight Information

    Date: March 2, 2024
    Time: 7 p.m. ET
    Main event ringwalks (approx): 10 p.m. ET
    Venue: Coliseo de Puerto Rico
    Location: San Juan, Puerto Rico
    Title on Line: IBF, WBO, WBA World Female Featherweight Title
    Broadcast: DAZN
    In the 12-round, three-minute battle between Serrano and Meinke, Serrano will be competing under the same regulations that apply to boxers who compete as men. After the WBC forbade her from competing under the same rules as men, Serrano relinquished her title. “The WBC has refused to evolve the sport for equality. So I am relinquishing their title,” Serrano wrote on Instagram.

    In the first-ever women’s boxing main event at Madison Square Garden, Serrano faced Katie Taylor on April 30, 2022. In what Sports Illustrated called Fight of the Year, Taylor prevailed over Serrano via split decision.

    After winning six straight fights, Serrano has a respectable opponent, Meinke. Having had Paul defer the main event spot to her, Serrano is ecstatic to be competing in her home country’s main event.

    Paul’s fight with Bourland is a lot like his last encounter. Last December, Paul had his final outing and went up against 10-1-1 Andre August. Having only engaged in combat once since 2019, August came into the Paul bout. Paul won the opening round via knockout.

    Like August, Bourland is 17-2 on paper, has fought once since 2018, and is a reliable fighter. Both August and Bourland had defeated Santario Martin in their previous two bouts when they squared off against Paul.

    Serrano vs. Meinke Fight Card

    • Amanda Serrano vs Nina Meinke – Unified featherweight title
    • Jake Paul vs Ryan Bourland – Cruiserweight
    • Javon Walton vs Joshua Torres – Featherweight
    • Jonathan Gonzalez vs Rene Santiago – WBO light flyweight title
    • Pedro Marquez Medina vs Brandon Valdes – Featherweight

    Serrano vs. Meinke Prediction

    Not only did Paul want to give Serrano the opportunity to defend the title, but he also knew that fights involving August and Bourland would not attract the same level of attention as fights involving previous UFC stars. It’s difficult to criticise Paul for attempting to continue honing his boxing techniques by taking on opponents who have years of boxing training, in one form or another. The only drama here, though, is whether or not The Problem Child can stoppage over a rusty club fighter and how quickly he can.

    Although Meinke is a worthy contender for the title, Serrano is a superior one, having engaged in considerably tougher matches against far more skilled opponents. Even, Meinke has not completed the entire 12 rounds at three minutes each, which could be a significant factor going into the fight. This is probably going to be a long fight, and in the end, Serrano is the one raising her hand most probably.

    How to Watch Serrano vs. Meinke

    On March 2, Amanda Serrano will face Nina Meinke. Depending on how long the undercard bouts run, Serrano and Meinke should enter the ring around 10 p.m. ET, with the main card starting at 7 p.m. ET.

    DAZN will provide access to the bout card between Amanda Serrano and Nina Meinke. DAZN 1 HD is now a Sky channel that is only available in the UK on Sky.

    A 12-month commitment with DAZN costs $19.99, or $24.99 per month in the United States, $24.99 per month in Canada, £9.99 in the United Kingdom, or £19.99 a month, or 13.99 AUD.

    The thrilling boxing match will be missed by fans in the USA, Canada, UK, and Australia since DAZN is not available everywhere. However, you may watch the event live from anywhere in the world if you subscribe to… For a better streaming experience at a lesser cost, it is advised that you subscribe to …, regardless of whether you are in the USA, Canada, UK, or Australia.

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