Amanda Serrano explains her decision to vacate the WBC featherweight title (although she remains the world champion): "I love boxing. I have given my life to the sport. No phone, no boyfriend, no parties. Just boxing. I am the only boxer, male, or female, from Puerto Rico to become undisputed champion. I am the only female boxer to win titles in seven divisions. I am the first female boxer, along with Katie Taylor to headline Madison Square Garden. I am the first female boxer to make seven figures from a fight and the same from sponsors. And I am the first undisputed female champion to fight 12 x 3 minute rounds [which she did in her last fight]. Moving forward, if a sanctioning body doesn’t want to give me and my fellow fighters the chance to fight the same as the men, then I will not be fighting for that sanctioning body. The WBC has refused to evolve the sport for equality. So I am relinquishing that title. Thank you to the sanctioning bodies who have evolved for equality! If you want to face me in the ring, you have a choice. I’ve made mine."