After becoming a three-weight World Champion, Terence Crawford put the Welterweight division on notice and insisted he's ready to unify.

Crawford stopped former WBO titlist Jeff Horn in the ninth round after a one-sided display at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas at the weekend.

Talk instantly turned to who 'Bud' would face next in the stacked weight class where Errol Spence, Keith Thurman and Lucas Matthysse all hold belts.

"I would do well with him," Crawford said after the fight referring to Spence. "I believe I would do well with any Welterweight in the division."

"We're just happy to be back in the ring, and we're going to make up a plan and see where we go, but I assure you that we're looking for the biggest fights out there," he added.

This was Crawford's first venture at Welterweight after cleaning out the Super-Lightweight division by winning all four belts. The Omaha native is excited about the next chapter of his career.

"I wouldn't say I was getting bored at 140, but it was getting kind of dull, and now you got all these fighters at 147 that have names for themselves, and that makes for an exciting division.

"It's just better for my career that I moved up. There's a lot of great names in Welterweight, and there's a lot of opportunities at Welterweight. I want the other champions. I'm a big force in the Welterweight division and coming for all of them," he warned.

Speaking after Saturday's victory, Crawford's trainer Brian McIntyre also expressed his willingness for his man to face Spence.

"Let's go. Let's get this date," he told FightHype. "Tell them to call Bob [Arum] and Carl Moretti. Let's make some good fights."