Vasyl Lomachenko dazzled once again on the Channel Of Champions as he earned a seventh round stoppage win against tough Colombian Miguel Marriaga.

It was a fight that the Ukrainian was expected to win in Los Angeles, and attention immediately turned towards the next opponent for the pound-for-pound star.

"He's coming back in December," legendary promoter Bob Arum told journalists after the bout, before hinting at who may be in the opposite corner.

''Well, there's a few guys. [Guillermo] Rigondeaux if he answers Dino [Duva]'s call. There's [Orlando] Salido, who's sniffing around and the third is [Miguel] Berchelt."

A fight with Rigondeaux is top of many boxing fans' wishlists. There has been plenty of back and forth between the pair on social media over the past few months.

While Rigo is currently two weight divisions below, his team have claimed that he would be willing to take the fight at 130lbs.

Meanwhile, Mikey Garcia recently extended his record to 37-0 and is a potential foe at Lightweight. Lomachenko came face to face with Garcia last week and appeared to make a gentleman's agreement for a future fight.

Back at Super-Featherweight, hard-hitting Mexican Miguel Berchelt holds the WBC crown. He recently outpointed Takashi Miura live on BoxNation. Once an injury to his hand heals, he could also be available in October.