After Jack Catterall 'welcomed' Ohara Davies to Frank Warren's growing stable, the new signing says he would be open to the fight.
Davies makes his BoxNation debut on April 14th on the undercard of Billy Joe Saunders v Martin Murray at The O2.
Speaking on Bunce's Boxing Hour last week, he considered potential opponents for this year: "I'd like to fight best out there. Whoever they say is a good Super-Lightweight, that's who I want to fight.
"I wanna get to a World Title as soon as I can," added the 25-year-old.
Soon after the signing was announced, British Super-Lightweight Champion Catterall tweeted Davies saying: "Would love to smack the dog sh*t out of you."
'El Gato' is ranked highly with the WBO, so could be a good match for Davies as he closes in on a World Title shot.
"Catterall would be a really good fight you know," admitted the Londoner. "With how he greeted me on Twitter...I saw that. I laughed, I smiled, I smiled! That's a fight that could happen this year."
In October, Catterall outpointed Tyrone Nurse to lift the Lonsdale belt and recently called for a clash with Terry Flanagan if he beats Maurice Hooker.
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