Chilean Superstar flyweight Andres Campos (10-0) is looking to make a push for championship honors in 2021.

Campos has now moved to number 6 in the WBO and 13 in the WBA's world flyweight ratings

Chile's favorite son is targeting Japanese WBO champion Junto Nakatani and WBA champion Artem Dalakian.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, Campos had not seen any action for nearly a year, but he finally got back in the ring on the 12th of March, fighting in his homeland of Santiago, Chile - with "The Crocodile" soundly defeating Ramon Velasquez (7-4).

Despite the global upheaval, Campos has not stopped honing his craft. He's taken part in training camps in the United States with the Australian Moloney twins, Andrew and Jason.

"I'm ready for any fight my team puts in front of me. I have full faith in my promoter Nico (Nicholas Martinez), Dragon Fire Boxing Latino and my manager, the big bossman Tony (Tolj). It's tough here in Chile with COVID, I haven't fought since March and I can't wait to get back in the ring. I would like the WBO champion Nakatani or the WBA champion Artem Dalakian. I'm 25-years-old so I have some time and I will be patient," said Campos regarding his plans for the upcoming year.

His manager, Tolj, went on to discuss the strategy for the Chilean flyweight ahead of 2021.

"I have personally been on the ground floor since Andres’ third fight, he just gets better and better. He is a genuine rockstar in Chile and I'm proud he has remained very humble, especially during these difficult times with the pandemic. He hasn't fought for a little while, but he has probably done a couple of hundred rounds with Andrew and Jason (Moloney) in the states for their respective training camps," Tolj said.