History will look to once again be made inside Madison Square Garden on February 4. Two undisputed title fights are set for the Hulu Theater, featuring some of the most dominant stars in boxing.
In the main event, Amanda Serrano defends the WBC, WBO, IBO, IBF, and The Ring featherweight titles against WBA champion Erika Cruz. It will be Serrano’s first fight inside MSG since losing to Katie Taylor in 2022’s Fight of the Year for the latter’s undisputed lightweight titles. Since then, Serrano beat Sarah Mahfoud in September for IBF and Ring featherweight gold.
Compared to Serrano, who has over 40 wins in her career, Cruz has 16 fights on her resume. However, she has faced some of the top boxers in the world, including Jelena Mrdjenovich and Melissa Esquivel. Serrano is interested in a rematch with Taylor at some point. First, she must get past Cruz, someone she believes will be a solid test for her.
Serrano wants to make history before attempting to make more down the road.
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“This is the second time in 140 years that women's boxing is the main attraction at Madison Square Garden… The fight with Katie Taylor was very exciting and many analysts saw it as the fight of the year for both women and men,” Serrano stated, via Boxing Scene. “Because of Erika's style, I believe that there will be another bell-to-bell war that I promise you that it will meet all expectations. What better than having the possibility of facing Katie Taylor again in a duel of undisputed champions in the near future.”
Cruz has been the WBA champion since 2021. After losing her second pro fight, she has won 14 straight contests. Despite being an underdog heading into the bout, she is ready to make history inside the Hulu Theater against a game Serrano.
The co-main event will see WBC, IBO, WBO, IBF, and The Ring super-featherweight champion Alycia Baumgardner defending her titles against Elhem Mekhaled. Also on the line will be the WBA title after Choi Hyun-mi was named Champion in Recess.
Here is all the information needed to watch Serrano vs. Cruz, including start time, live stream information, and cost.
What time is Amanda Serrano vs. Erika Cruz today?
- Date: Saturday, February 4 | Sunday, February 5
- Start time: 8 p.m. ET | 1 a.m. GMT | 12 p.m. AEDT
- Main event: 11:15 p.m. ET | 4:15 a.m. BST | 3:15 p.m. AEDT
Serrano vs. Cruz takes place on February 4. The main card starts at 8 p.m. ET | 1 a.m. GMT | 12 p.m. AEDT. Serrano and Cruz should make their way to the ring around 11:15 p.m. ET | 4:15 a.m. BST | 3:15 p.m. AEDT, depending on how long the undercard fights last.
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How to watch Amanda Serrano vs. Erika Cruz
|Country||Date||Channel + Live Stream (main card)|
|United States||Sat. Feb 4||DAZN|
|United Kingdom||Sun. Feb 5||DAZN|
|Australia||Sun. Feb 5||DAZN|
In the U.S., U.K., and Australia, Serrano vs. Cruz will air on DAZN.
Amanda Serrano vs. Erika Cruz price: How much does the fight cost?
- DAZN monthly subscription: $19.99, $24.99 in Canada, £7.99 in the U.K.
- DAZN annual subscription: $149.99, $199.99 in Canada
To watch Serrano vs. Cruz, you can either pay for a DAZN monthly subscription ($19.99) or an annual subscription ($149.99). In Canada, a DAZN monthly subscription is $24.99, while an annual subscription is $199.99.
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Amanda Serrano vs. Erika Cruz fight card
- Amanda Serrano (c) vs. Erika Cruz (c) for the IBF, IBO, WBA, WBC, and WBO featherweight titles
- Alycia Baumgardner (c) vs. Elhem Mekhaled for the IBF, IBO, WBA, WBC, and WBO super-featherweight titles
- Richardson Hitchins vs. John Bauza for the IBF North American and USWBC junior-welterweight titles
- Cletus Seldin (c) vs. Reshat Mati for the WBA NABA super-lightweight title
- Skye Nicolson vs. Tania Alvarez for the WBC Silver featherweight title
- Ramla Ali vs. Avril Mathie for the IBF Intercontinental super-bantamweight title
- Shadasia Green vs. Elin Cederroos for the WBC Silver super-middleweight title
- Aaron Aponte vs. Joshua David Rivera; Super-lightweights
- Harley Mederos vs. Julio Madera; Lightweights