Tina Rupprecht has the same undisputed championship aspirations as her divisional counterparts.

A win this weekend will still leave her two belts shy but with wins over every reigning titleholder at strawweight. The unbeaten WBC titlist was the last fighter to defeat Yokasta Valle—who currently holds the IBF and WBO belts—and aims to become the first to hang a loss on WBA champ Seniesa Estrada.

“I’m very happy to be here and have my first fight in the U.S.,” Rupprecht said of her unification bout versus Estrada this Saturday on ESPN from Save Mart Arena in Fresno, California. “I’ve watched her fight. I’m not the type who only focuses on my opponent’s style. I focus on myself. You will see it on Saturday.”

Headlining the show, former titlists Jose Ramirez (27-1, 17KOs) and Richard Commey (30-4-1, 27KOs) meet in a 12-round junior welterweight contest.

Rupprecht (12-0-1, 3KOs) fights for just the second time outside of her native Germany. The lone other occasion came in her fourth pro fight, where she won a six-round decision in Tambov, Russia. The 30-year-old from Augsburg, Germany was poised to travel for this fight, whether it was versus East Los Angeles’ Estrada (23-0, 9KOs) or a rematch with Valle (27-2, 9KOs), whom Rupprecht outpointed in their June 2018 meet just prior to her interim title reign being upgraded to full WBC title status.

Valle has won 14 straight fights since that night, including the rare feat of becoming a two-division unified titlist within her past two starts.

“Of course, it was special to fight her for a world title,” Rupprecht recalled of their meeting. “She is a strong fighter and I am very proud to have [defended] the belt against her.”

The oddsmakers have not shown any respect to Rupprecht. The 4’10” German boxer—aptly nicknamed ‘Tiny Tina’—is +750 according to bet365 sportsbook, which lists Estrada—a two-division titleholder—as a healthy -1600 favorite. A grand total of none of that is of any bother to the visiting titleholder ahead of her sixth attempted title defense.

“I’m very excited and I’m ready to fight,” vowed Rupprecht.

Jake Donovan is a senior writer for BoxingScene.com. Twitter: @JakeNDaBox