This past Saturday night at the SSE Arena at Wembley, Lawrence Okolie knocked out Krzysztof Glowacki to capture the vacant WBO cruiserweight world title.
Okolie dominated the entire fight and closed the show by landing a right hand that flattened Glowacki, a former two-time champion, in the sixth round.
Okolie would now like to secure a unification fight with IBF champion Mairis Briedis or current WBC champion Ilunga Makabu.
Tony Bellew, a former WBC champion at cruiserweight, views Briedis and Makabu as dangerous fighters for Okolie - but he also believes the British boxer is capable of beating both.
"Briedis is a difficult fight. Briedis is no mug," said Bellew. "He's very clever on the inside, he will come with a game plan. That's a different prospect altogether than what he's faced in Glowacki tonight.
"Ilunga Makabu is also very, very dangerous. Hard hitting southpaw. I know all about his power, he really can punch, so that's another dangerous fight.
"But listen, I make him the favorite in each of the fights, purely based on his style, his power and how he's imposing himself. His style is evolving and what he's doing is getting better with each and every fight."
Kalle Sauerland of Team Sauerland, the promoter for Briedis, is very willing to make the fight with Okolie.
He's willing to sit down with Eddie Hearn, promoter for Okolie, to make the unification a reality.
"Dear Lawrence Okolie, congrats on realizing your dream. Mairis Briedis? That's totally another level. Eddie Hearn, let's get it on baby," Sauerland stated.