Leal, 18, first started going to the gym about 21/2 years ago with a cousin who was also a boxer. “It’s a good experience. It makes you feel good … The adrenalin is so high. It’s just cool,” said Leal, who is a student at Mt. San Antonio College for law enforcement. Gutierrez, 17, became involved in boxing after seeing her siblings excel at a sport. She heard about the gym and begged her mother to take her. One day the two went to the gym and at 14, Gutierrez found her own sport. “It’s just something so different. Nobody could see me doing something like this,” said Gutierrez, who hopes to attend Cal Poly Pomona to major in business administration. [email protected] (909) 483-9336160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! POMONA – It’s not quite the “The Rumble in the Jungle” or “The Thrilla in Manila” but Sunday’s boxing match between Dianna Gutierrez and Crystal Leal is drawing plenty of attention. “I guess it’s because it’s two females fighting representing two different cities,” said Gutierrez. “That’s what makes people more excited about it – and crazy about it.” Leal thinks the fact both she and her opponent went to Garey High School may have something to do with the interest. Gutierrez is a senior at Garey while Leal graduated from there last year. The two young women will make up the featured bout in Sunday’s 15-fight card, which begins at 1 p.m. at the Boys & Girls Club of Pomona Valley. The event is a fundraiser for Fist of Gold, a youth boxing program which has its gym on the second floor of the YMCA of Pomona Valley, said Jorge Castaneda, head coach at the club. “Honestly I think it’s going to be the best match on the card,” said Ray Morales, Leal’s trainer at the Chino Youth Boxing Club. “This is going to attract more of the females. It’ll prove this is not just a sport for males but for females” also, Castaneda said. Both young women have been successful in the ring, having won titles and other awards. For Leal, the fight will prepare her for an upcoming regional tournament in San Diego. For Gutierrez, this is the first fight since October 2005 following a year-long break from the sport.