Chantelle Cameron can become a mandatory world title challenger in a second weight division on November 9.
Having already become WBC No. 1 and earned a shot at Katie Taylor by outclassing the fearsome Anisha Basheel, undefeated ‘Il Capo’ (11-0, 7 KOs) is preparing to collide with Anahi Ester Sanchez (19-4, 11 KOs) on a colossal #MTKFightNight at York Hall.
The winner of the final eliminator books a shot at America’s WBC and WBA world super-lightweight champion Jessica McCaskill – a former opponent of Sanchez.
While speculation over mouth-watering potential world title match-ups continues, Cameron remains solely focused on blasting aside Sanchez in the knowledge victories will make it impossible to deny her the chance to achieve her dream.
Cameron said: “I’ve been tipped to challenger Katie Taylor for a world title for a while but I’m not waiting around.
“I’ve got my own career to focus on and whether my world title shot comes against Taylor or against McCaskill, I don’t really care.
“Since the Basheel fight, I’ve been working on a lot of technical stuff with my coaches Jamie Moore and Nigel Travis; adding more speed, angles and head movement to my game.
“Basheel had raw power but Sanchez will try and box as well so it’ll be a higher-level fight technically.
“Basheel came over here with a bad attitude and I gave her a lesson. Sanchez will have more respect because she’s been in with world champions but if she wants to come with attitude, that’s her problem.
“I will not take anyone’s s*** so it depends how she turns up. If she comes with attitude, she’ll get some attitude back.”
Joining Cameron on another fantastic bill at the home of British boxing is world-ranked welterweight Michael McKinson (17-0, 2 KOs), who faces the undefeated WBC Latino king Luis Alberto Veron (17-0-2, 8 KOs) plus former world title challenger Liam Walsh in a WBO European title clash with Maxi Hughes, Southern Area light-heavyweight king Dan Azeez, hotly-touted heavyweight George Fox and many more in action.