Undefeated Mexican Gilberto Ramirez would be happy to face Gennady Golovkin if he moves up to Super-Middleweight in the future.
Ramirez is preparing to defend his WBO World Title in Texas on February 3rd, live on BoxNation, but the 26-year-old already has an idea of who he'd like to face later this year.
"First, I want to win the fight February 3rd, then I want to fight with any Champion," he told BoxingScene.
He could potentially unify with one of Chris Eubank Jr, George Groves or Callum Smith if they win the Super Series, but Golovkin is also on his radar.
"I would like to fight the winner of the tournament or 'Triple G', if he wants to fight and move up to 168, of course I want to that fight. I want to clean up the whole division and I want to keep all the belts and be the undisputed Champion and I want to be a pound-for-pound fighter."
Ramirez became Mexico's first ever Super-Middleweight World Champion in 2016 after outclassing Arthur Abraham, and his record currently stands at 36-0 with 24 knockouts.
He admits that he'll be watching the Groves v Eubank Jr semi-final in a couple of weeks: "Of course, because I know coming soon that maybe they might be my opponent. But honestly, I don't care who wins, I want to fight with all these guys."
David Benavidez (WBC Champion) and Caleb Truax (IBF titlist) also hold belts at 168lbs, but if Ramirez cannot secure any unifications then he could move up to the stacked Light-Heavyweight division.
"In one year maybe if they don't give me the good fights that I want, I'll move to 175 because at 175 there is a lot of competition there and I'm really interested in fights with good fighters."
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