CNN  — 

Boxers Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano are set to go head-to-head at Madison Square Garden on Saturday – the first time two women will headline the iconic venue in its 140-year history.

Ireland’s Taylor is the undisputed lightweight champion and is undefeated in 20 professional fights, while Puerto Rico’s Serrano has earned world titles across seven weight classes and has a professional record of 42-1-1 with 30 knockouts.

The fight will be televised exclusively on DAZN from 7:30 p.m. ET with the ring walks for the main event taking place at around 10:15 p.m. ET.

Only viewers with a DAZN subscription will be able to watch the fight.

Taylor, left, and Serrano, right, weigh in ahead of Saturday's fight in New York.

Both DAZN and ESPN have Taylor ranked first and Serrano second in their pound-for-pound women’s boxing rankings, making this one of the most anticipated fights in recent years.

“I think this is one of those history-making fights. Male or female, the sport hasn’t seen a fight like this before,” the 35-year-old Taylor told CNN Sport’s Don Riddell.

Previously scheduled for May 2, 2020, the fight was postponed because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Since then, both Taylor and Serrano have asked for more pay; speaking to the MMA Hour in January, Serrano’s promoter Jake Paul confirmed that both boxers would earn seven figures from the match.