Pound for pound superstar Guillermo Rigondeaux has laid down the gauntlet to the rest of the Super-Bantamweight division.
Rigondeaux, who takes on Jazza Dickens on March 12’s huge show in Liverpool, outlined his intentions to take on the division’s champions: "I'm a warrior. I'll fight anywhere. I'm going there to win then I'll beat both Frampton then Quigg”.
The Cuban was recently stripped of his WBO and Ring Magazine Titles whilst his WBA strap was shelved “in recess”.
Speaking on yesterday’s pre fight international media call, the 35 year old revealed his desire to fight for belts on these shores.
“I would love to fight for titles in England, I know there are great fans in the U.K”.
‘El Chacal’ was speaking from his Russian training camp where he has recently reunited with his former coach Pedro Diaz.
The two time Olympic gold medallist makes his U.K debut against Dickens, who will have home advantage in front of a partisan Scouse crowd.
"If the kid has the guts to step into the ring, I respect him for doing so,” stated the unbeaten slick southpaw.