Mexican pugilist Alfredo "Perro" Angulo is more than willing to get back on track with finalizing a deal to face countryman Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.

This past Saturday night at the Rabobank Theater in Bakersfield, California, Angulo pulled off a big upset in winning a ten round split decision over former world champion Peter Quillin in a super middleweight contest.

For nearly a year, there was talk that Angulo and Chavez Jr. would collide in the ring. There were serious talks and target dates - but Angulo claims Chavez Jr. continued to postpone their contest.

Chavez Jr. is currently in talks for a potential clash with former middleweight champion Daniel Jacobs, for a date in December.

If that fight does not come off, Angulo would love to get Chavez Jr. in the ring.

"[Chavez Jr.] said that Quillin was going to beat me, honestly I wouldn't have any problem to fight him, but I doubt that it will be made. That fight, we had time to make it happen, but he disappointed me with the way he has behaved. Thank God he has the joy of having a name, a great endorsement because that was his father's, but I have forged my own way alone," said Angulo to ESPN Deportes.

After the big win last Saturday, Angulo wants to remain in the super middleweight division. He wants to face one of the bigger names or a world champion at the weight class.

"I think we are going to stay in 168 , I think I can still make 160, but I would have to sacrifice a lot to get there. I would like to stay in 168 and if any of the champions gives us any chance to look for a title, it would be an honor," Angulo concluded.