Dangerous puncher Felix Alvarado, who is currently the IBF's world champion at 108-pounds, is hoping to have a title unification fight in order to cement his name as one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the sport.

In his last fight, which took place earlier this month, Felix successfully defended his title against former champion Deejay Kriel, whom he defeated by TKO in the tenth round.

"I want to leave a good mark, we want to unify titles, my promoter Golden Boy Promotions was very happy with my performance, I am satisfied," said the world champion to Jhonny Martinez.

Alvarado does not rule out the possibility of moving up to the flyweight limit of 112-pounds to pursue more titles.

"I would like to move up a weight division and continue making history, that's my mentality," Alvarado said.

Felix, 31 years old, has not lost a fight since dropping back to back defeats in 2013-2014 to Kazuto Ioka and Juan Carlos Reveco.

From that point, he accumulated 18 victories in a row - raising his record to 36 wins, 2 losses and 31 knockouts.

He captured the IBF world title in October of 2018 with a seventh round stoppage of Randy Petalcorin. He traveled to the Philippines to take that fight and then made his fist defense in Japan in May 2019. The road warrior continued his march with Kriel, as that fight took place in the United States.

One possible opponent for the unification fight is another dangerous puncher, WBO junior flyweight champion Elwin Soto of Mexico, who has a record of 18 wins, a draw and 12 of those victories before the limit.