At 24 years old, undefeated Tijuana puncher Jaime Munguia is looking for the biggest fights possible.

Munguia captured gold at 154-pounds, where he held the WBO world title.

He moved up last year to the middleweight ranks - where he's motivated to capture another belt.

But he doesn't want to end things there. 

Before his career comes to a close, Munguia (37-0, 30 KOs) would like to get belts at middleweight, super middleweight and light heavyweight.

“The objective we have at this moment is to be crowned at middleweight; then more [titles] in the future, I think that my body gives me the ability to reach those weights [super middle and light heavy], but that would be later; meanwhile, all of my batteries are focused on being champion at 160 pounds," said Munguia to The Sports Journal.

Munguia is trainer by Hall of Famer fighter Erik Morales, who captured titles in four weight classes.

Morales is regarded as one of the best boxers to come out of Mexico.

“I feel stronger and stronger, learning and working hard in the gym. We have advanced together with Erik, he has been an important piece in the team to correct things. He has refined several things in my boxing skills, and he has helped me feel better in the ring. I believe that these fights will serve us well for the big fights that await us," Munguia said.

The Tijuana native is coming off a knockout win over Kamil Szeremeta - and he would like to face the man who appeared on the undercard of that event - Gabe Rosado.

"I think that a fight with Rosado can take place in September or October... but that does not depend on me, it will be a matter for the promoters to sort out," Munguia said.