Badly-beaten female fighter shares images of injuries after taking 236 punches

Badly-beaten fighter Miriam Gutierrez has shared images of the horrific injuries she sustained after absorbing 236 punches from Amanda Serrano.

Gutierrez went toe to toe with Serrano on the undercard of Jake Paul's knockout victory over Tyron Woodley on December 18.

Serrano won the bout by unanimous decision, with the judges scoring the fight 99-91, 99-90, 100-90 all in favour of the Puerto Rican.

Gutierrez has now taken to social media to share gruesome images of her injuries.

She wrote on Instagram: "Proud to fight with a great #boxer @serranosisters and @jordan.thedon are incredible and have been able to enjoy and fight with her!!!

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"Respect and passion for the same sport #boxing and fighting with the best we advance.

"Impressive event! Incredible #stage madness #big event staging @jakepaul great team! Great #boxer #amandaserrano."

Gutierrez is a member of Paul's Most Valuable Promotions, but the 37-year-old fighter has been given an indefinite medical suspension by the Florida State Athletic Commission on account of her injuries.

She will need clearance from her doctor if she is to be allowed to fight again.

Serrano, on the other hand, is looking to get straight back into the ring and is targetting a huge fight with Ireland's Katie Taylor at Madison Square Garden.

She said: "It's Katie Taylor time, baby.

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"We are both pound-for-pound top three. Some people have me at two or three.

"It doesn't matter how you look at it. Two pound-for-pound girls going at it.

"You have an undisputed champion and a seven-division world champion going after each other.

“That's the mega fight that will blow off the roof. We're looking at Madison Square Garden, the main (room). It's going to be an amazing night."

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