Natasha Jonas will face Ireland's four-time world champion Katie
Taylor on Monday for a medal.
The Scouse lightweight made history in London this afternoon
when she became the first ever woman to represent Great Britain in
boxing at an Olympic Games.
And she didn't disappoint as she saw off Quanitta Underwood of
the United States.
Underwood took the fight to Jonas and did enough to edge ahead
after round one, but the Briton found her rhythm in the second and
coasted to a 21-13 victory.
Taylor, however, is likely to prove a much tougher opponent.
"She is a fast puncher, she can box, she can fight," Jonas said
of her next opponent. "But I gave her too much respect the first
time I boxed her.
"But that was two years ago. If I didn't think I could beat
Taylor, I wouldn't be here."
Team GB's flyweight Nicola Adams and middleweight Savannah
Marshall will also be in action on Monday after they were given