This weekend we are going to the American Airlines Arena, in Dallas, Texas, as we are getting an interesting clash between the social media star turned boxer, Jake Paul, and the Stockton child and MMA Fighter, Nate Diaz.
We, however, are not focusing on that clash at the moment, instead, we are looking into the co-main event, which will showcase a title match and a rematch between the Champion, Amanda Serrano, who will clash with the Challenger, Heather Hardy, after almost 4 years from their first clash.
This event will have 9 matches and will showcase up and coming tallent, and even include another MMA Fighter doing their Boxing debut in Jeremy Stephens.
This fight should have all the fans on the edge of their seats, and be quite the clash to hype everybody up right before the main event takes place.
Saturday, August 5th at 8:00 pm ET in the American Airlines Arena, in Dallas, Texas
Ring walks time:
(Estimated) 10:15 pm ET
Amanda Serrano -3333
Heather Hardy +780
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Why Bet on Amanda Serrano?
The lack of available opponents for Amanda Serrano combined with Katie Taylor seeking a rematch with Chantelle Camryn has left the door open for this rematch. Since then, Serrano fought seven times with the only loss being to Taylor at lightweight. She remains formidable and among the best female fighters in the world.
A strong finisher with excellent technique, the Puerto Rican isn’t showing any signs of slowing down, and seems to be challenged by the true elite. Her ability to target the head and body, fire in combinations, and her total experience all contribute to her being a significant favorite
Why Bet on Heather Hardy?
Heather Hardy has enjoyed success in both boxing and MMA via Bellator. “The Heat” is known for her toughness, which has carried her to minor titles at junior bantamweight and featherweight. Time isn’t on Hardy’s side at 41 years of age, and has been inactive since a 2021 loss to Jessica Camara.
She showed a tremendous amount of grit in the first Serrano fight, but not much else. It’ll be up to Heather to put her best foot forward against an opponent who handily defeated her before.
Final Betting Analysis – Amanda Serrano vs. Heather Hardy
You can’t just be one thing and expect to beat Serrano. Hardy found that out all too well in 2019, and she hasn’t evolved her skill set aside from her brief stint in Bellator. The champions is also not committing to fight outside of featherweight anymore, preferring to stay at her natural weight class.
There was nothing the challenger did in the first fight to suggest she has a chance in the rematch. Now that she’s older and on the decline, the best she can hope for is going the distance.
Serrano might have Hardy in front of her for the whole night, which should give her plenty of scoring opportunities. As long as she’s about her wits, she should win. Knowing how tough Hardy is, as well as seeing her technical limitations first hand, the Puerto Rican won’t have trouble outboxing her. She’ll outclass Hardy again, winning by a lopsided decision
Go for a victory for the defending champion at -3333. If you bet $100 at such odds, you could get $3 for a total payout of $103.
Serrano vs. Hardy Betting Pick: Amanda Serrano
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