This week we discuss the state of Women's Boxing in 2017. Welcome to the Talk N Shoot Boxing Podcast Episode #34. The first major women's boxing match of 2017 goes down this coming Saturday, January 14th as Brooklyn's own Amanda Serrano faces Mexico's Yazmin Rivas with her WBO super bantamweight women's world title on the line. The fight is one of the feature bouts on a major boxing card promoted by Floyd Mayweather Jr and Lou DiBella at Brooklyn's Barclays Center this Saturday, January 14th. 2016 was a standout year for Serrano (30-1-1), who went 4-0 and captured world titles in two different weight classes. For this fight, she faces the experienced Rivas (35-9-1), who has held world titles in two different weight classes herself. The card features two men's world title fights as super middleweights James DeGale and Badou Jack clash in what is being labelled a title unification bout and super featherweight world champion Jose Pedraza defends his title against the challenge of 22 year old Gervonta Davis. The two men's bouts are sure to appear on the Showtime broadcast (check you local listings for start times), but it is not clear whether Serrano vs Rivas will be aired.