Amanda Serrano says her mega-fight with Katie Taylor on May 2 is off
Seven-weight world champion Amanda Serrano has announced her fight against Katie Taylor scheduled for May 2 has been postponed.
The huge super-fight, which was due to take place on the undercard of Dillian Whyte v Alexander Povetkin at the Manchester Arena, was to be for all of undisputed lightweight champion Taylor's belts.
But Serrano took to Twitter to reveal she has been told the clash is no longer taking place.
She said: "To all my fans that keep asking me YES! my May 2nd fight has been postponed, a new date to be announced soon.
"It has Nothing to do w/myself or my opponent Everyone knows the Critical Crisis we are in. This Covid-19 is serious, please be safe out there. God bless us all."
Taylor is unbeaten in all 15 of her professional fights since turning professional in 2016.
Serrano has lost just once in 40 pro bouts since turning pro 11 years ago and has remained unbeaten for the last eight years.
Back in October 2018, Taylor beat Amanda Serrano's sister Cindy by unanimous decision in Boston to retain her WBA and IBF world titles.