Former two division world champion Timothy Bradley would love to see a lightweight unification between WBC champion Vasiliy Lomachenko (11-1, 9 KOs) and WBC champion Mikey Garcia (38-0, 30 KOs).
Two weeks ago, Lomachenko captured his third divisional title with a tenth round stoppage of Jorge Linares at Madison Square Garden in New York.
During the sixth round of the fight, Lomachenko suffered the first knockdown of his career in the pro ranks.
Garcia, a four division world champion, recently captured a world title at 140-pounds - but then vacated the belt.
He plans to return to 135-pounds and is likely heading for a unification with IBF champion Robert Easter in late July.
Bradley views Garcia as a dangerous fight for the two-time Olympic gold medal winner.
"It's a great fight. I want to see it. It's an unbelievable fight. We saw with Linares, he had some success with that speed in spots. He did well when he let his hands go. Mikey is dangerous. He's dangerous, he's smart. He's not as quick, but he has really good timing," Bradley told BoxingScene.com.
Bradley was impressed with Lomachenko's ability to bounce back from the first knockdown of his pro career - and he believes that knockdown has likely made Garcia more confident.
"[Garcia] probably got on the phone and said 'let's make this fight happen.' Loma is a smaller guy, he's taking risks. You don't see a lot of guys moving up three weight classes right away," Bradley said.
"[When he got knocked down] I just thought 'he's real, he's not Neo from the Matrix.' He's a human," Bradley said. "I loved how he bounced back from that. That's what makes a real champion. He has a loss on his record, but he doesn't have to be undefeated to be great."
Lomachenko's return is being targeted for August 25th at The Forum in Los Angeles. The likely opponent is WBO lightweight champion Ray Beltran.