Junior middleweight champion Natasha Jonas, who lost a close decision to Katie Taylor in of 2021, was impressed by her former foe's recent decision win over Amanda Serrano.

Taylor appeared to be on the verge of being stopped in the fifth round, but she managed to recover and rallied with her boxing skills in the late rounds to retain her undisputed lightweight crown with a ten round split decision at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

"It was brilliant," Jonas told Sky Sports News. "They didn't disappoint, is the best way I can put it. I don't think anyone expected the drama that was there but we knew that it was going to be a good fight. On such a big stage, it needed to be.

"I just think it might not be an instant rematch, but I could be wrong. I think Katie might take a fight in between and then come back. You can't just have hard fight, after hard fight, all the time."

After the fight, there were many who felt Serrano had done enough to win a decision. 

The fight was close enough where Jonas saw no issue with either boxer being awarded the victory.

"I don't think you could have argued either way. If Serrano had got the nod you couldn't really have said much and Katie getting the nod you couldn't say much," Jonas said.

"I think there were a few rounds that just depended on what you like. Some people like the aggressor and people putting pressure on, but it's got to be effective, you've got to be punching and landing shots and I don't know if Serrano was doing that, and Katie was hitting and moving. So who's in control there? It just depends on how you view it and what you like."