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Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Seniesa Estrada, a highly accomplished boxer out of East Los Angeles, come into professional boxing after an impressive amateur career filled with several national titles. A link has been sent to your friend's email address. A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.

Please read the rules before joining the discussion. But the boxing game for women is nothing like it is for the men, and Estrada's career has been filled with more frustration than fights.

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However, Estrada's experiences is the norm, as women's boxing appears less and less on boxing cards. The peak of women's boxing boxers over a decade ago, when the sport had stars like Mia St.

John, Leila Ali and Christy Martin. The sport was unable to build on their success, a new generation of marketable fighters never emerged. Today, boxing is almost a non-entity pro major cards. The world's top two promoters, Boxers Rank and Golden Boy, do not have any female boxers listed on their websites. Locally, at the Coachella Valley Boxing Club, year-old Gabriela Fundora is an accomplished junior boxer who female happy to show off her seven belts she had with her earlier this week.

Coming from a family of boxers, Fundora said the sport is in her blood, and she has aspirations for female Olympic gold medal and a professional career. Ask her how many times she's watched women's boxing on TV or live, Fundora estimates two times "at most. Boxers Mariana Anciso and Gabriela Fandora talk about boxing and who they look up to. Mariana Pro, 13, also at the club said she couldn't name any female boxers herself.

Since turning pro inEstrada has only fought three professional fights, and two of those fights were against the same opponent. Robert Diaz, the matchmaker for Golden Boy, said what is hurting women's boxing is the depth of talent, as well as demand from the networks. And nude have a lot who are maybe trying it out and not as talented.

Diaz said he has followed some of the top fighters from America, and California in particular. As a live attraction, people appear to like it.

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Erica Rosales, 26 of Coachella, said she is a fan of West and has watched a few of her fights and wonders why she's not a bigger star. But Diaz said there hasn't been a demand by the television women who likes to fuck. Without television revenues, putting on a women's championship fight becomes cost prohibitive. You can put them in four round or six round fights.

But what if they're round fighters, championship fighters? The purse goes up, but you don't have the networks asking for it. What do you do, put nude off TV? You can't afford it. Chantel Cordova disagrees about the talent disparity.

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She believes there is enough talent out there for women, but they just need an opportunity. She feels like the talent in the sport is good enough to at least get a chance to be seen. It really is," Cordova said. Nobody's ever televised, or boxers on an undercard. We aren't shown and it's just sad because we do have good female out there. But at the same time, Cordova said she has to move up and down weight classes so she can schedule fights.

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With the lack of money, women's boxing could also be losing perspective fighters. Rosales said she spent two years training in boxing and contemplated making it her profession.

But when Rosales got a job offer as a medical assistant, pro said she couldn't afford to give up a regular paycheck for something that was speculative. Estrada said the reality is boxing is a male-dominated nude, and she has to appeal to that demographic to attract fans and generate revenue. You present it to the public," Diaz said.

But more importantly she can fight. Estrada said she understands looks play a big part in her being marketable, but the women have to find what they're comfortable with.

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For a promoter to want to promote you, you have to have that. That's how you get male fans and sponsors. It definitely plays a big part," Estrada said.

It's not always a bad thing depending on how you sell yourself. If you can sell yourself in a good way where people can still respect you, then that's fine. Diaz points out there's hope for women if they are willing to leave the U.

He points out women have opportunities in other areas, such as Mexico, Asia and Europe, where they embrace the sport. They ask for them," Diaz said.