Caroline Dubois feels ready for the biggest names out there, and she wants a crack at interim-WBO lightweight world champion Mikaela Mayer.

Dubois recently took part in her seventh professional fight when she defeated highly ranked Yanina Lescano. 

Mayer, who previously held the unified world championship at super featherweight, moved up to lightweight in the aftermath of her decision loss to Alycia Baumgardner.

Promoter Ben Shalom of Boxxer is willing to match Dubois against Mayer as early as this year.

Dubois admits that she views Mayer as a pioneer for women's boxing.

"I've watched her since she turned pro. I was watching after the Olympics in 2016. I watched pretty much every fight of hers," Dubois said to Sky Sports. "It's amazing to see how she's done and how she's helped progress the sport.

"She's moved up to my division. So she's competition now. She isn't just somebody that I can just look up to, she's competition." 

Dubois believes a fight with Mayer would be a major fight.

"100%. That's what I want," Dubois said. "That's what I've always wanted. Mikaela Mayer and me, we can sell out the 02 Arena again, it's going to be amazing."

Dubois is hoping to go for a world title this year, but that scenario will depend on what happens with the fall rematch between undisputed lightweight champion Katie Taylor and undisputed junior welterweight champion Chantelle Cameron.

At this point in her career, Taylor could very well vacate one or two belts to pursue more lucrative avenues.

"I'll be pushing for [to secure a world title fight]. I think if [Katie Taylor] goes and fights at 140lbs or fights Amanda Serrano, she's going to have to vacate and if the belts are vacated, then I'll be ready to snatch them up," Dubois said.