Latino Who's Who

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The Latino American Who’s Who Recognizes Cindy & Amanda Serrano

Written By: PR - Sep• 18•15

Brooklyn, NY/LWW Press/September 18, 2015– – Cindy and Amanda Serrano, sisters and professional boxers, were selected for inclusion in Volume IV edition of The Latino American Who’s Who.

 

The Serrano sisters as they are known in the industry are the Only World champion female siblings in Professional boxing today.  Unlike with the men where this is common. Both sisters are multi world champions, Amanda 26 is a three time three division world champion. Currently she is the UBF 126lb champion & the WBO 135lb champion. She was also the IBF 130lb World Champion. Cindy 33 is currently the UBF 130lb & 135lb World champion. With their beauty and incredible boxing skills these sisters have been making the transition from boxing to the mainstream fairly easy. Just last year they decided to venture off of boxing a little bit and have been met with great response. The sisters have been featured in over 25 magazines.  They have graced the cover of 6 and have had an 8 page spread for Muscle & Fitness Hers as well as a 12 page spread for the high fashioned XEX Magazine. They were featured on National TV, American Latino channel 5, Telemundo channel 47’s Luz de America. A special sports edition program for fox 5 by Duke Castiglione. Also on an Emmy winning documentary/ Latino Americans of NY for channel 13. They just finished shooting  a Movie ‘Fight Valley’ co-staring MMA Fighters Meesha Tate, Cris Cyborg & Holly Holm. Cindy & Amanda have also been featured in 5 music videos alongside music greats  Loaded Lux, RedMan, Method Man, Cuban Link, & R&B legends Force MD’s.  With all of these blessings coming their way,  the Serrano sisters believe on giving back. Cindy & Amanda did a 5k run for battered women in NJ this past year, they did a 4 event meet & greet which included Motivational speaking engagements for the boys & girls club of NY. They Funded a battered Mother & Childrens shelter gift event as well as a toys for tots event this past Christmas.  Additionally,  the Serrano sisters sit on the board of an Anti bullying campaign called Worthy Lifestyles. Cindy & Amanda plan to continue building their brand & giving back to those in need. ‘Getting & Giving are the two best feelings’ They should always go together!’ Says Amanda. They even created a Magazine BodyNStyle  to give those whom are worthy of having their story told but never had the opportunity to do so.  Life is about just that! Amanda adds.  Getting the right opportunity and maximizing it. The Serrano sisters have made it their mission and philosophy to empower women, educate children and further the Latino culture and community.   They make themselves readily available for Motivational speaking events, meet and greets and personal training.

TO SPONSOR THE SERRANO SISTERS, OR TO PURCHASE TICKETS YOU CAN VISIT www.Facebook.com/CindynAmandaSerrano or by email at T400CREATIVE@GMAIL.COM or by phone at 516-236-1675.

The Latino American Who’s Who is a New York based biographical publication that selects and distinguishes leading Latino professionals throughout the world who have attained a recognizable degree of success in their field of endeavor and thereby contribute to the growth of their industry and culture.  The Latino Who’s Who promotes an awareness of the achievements of the Latino professional and executive by creating a networking platform to provide recognition of individual accomplishments. The annual registry of the Latino American “Who’s Who” is formatted as an elegant hard cover edition as well as an online edition that provides information on recognized individuals. It also contains cross references by names, professions and family country of origin.

For more information:

Contact:             editor km

Phone:                516-409-4490 ext. 100

Email Address:  info@latinwhoswho.com

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