By Adrian Warren

World ranked Australian welterweight Jeff Horn is excited about the prospect of finally fighting in a home ring again, after boosting his burgeoning boxing career across the Tasman.

Horn (12-0-1, 8 KOs) scored a unanimous 10 round points decision over awkward Argentinian Alfredo Blanco at Auckland's Trusts Stadium last Thursday.

He lost the first round on all three judges' cards, but they each gave him the last nine to complete a sweep of 99-91 scores in his favour.

Horn added the interim WBA Oceania title to the WBO Oriental, PABA and IBF Inter-Continental belts he successfully defended and the result will consolidate his top-15 ranking in three of the world's major boxing bodies.

His last five fights, all resulting in wins, have been in New Zealand, the home of Duco Promotions, to who he is contracted.

The 27-year-old Brisbane boxer most recently fought in Australia back in March last year.

He is next likely to fight in either Queensland or NSW in mid-December.

"It's going to be awesome bringing a fight back to Australia," Horn told AAP.

"I have so many people asking me 'When are you fighting in Australia?'"

Although he dominated Thursday's fight he wasn't at his dazzling best, and said his punch timing wasn't quite there.

"I'm happy I've got the win, but it (my performance) is disappointing," Horn said.

"I thought I was going to handle his awkwardness a lot better and catch him on those counters a lot cleaner.

"I couldn't find my distance on some of those power shots which is why I couldn't finish him."

While Horn looks forward to coming home, Duco's other Australasian boxing jewel, New Zealand's world ranked heavyweight, Joseph Parker, wants to take his show around the world next year.

Parker stopped Australian-based Kali Meehan in three rounds on Thursday night and received a congratulatory text from former heavyweight world champion Evander "The Real Deal" Holyfield describing the young Kiwi as the "New Deal".

Holyfield hopes to attend Parker's next fight in Hamilton in December,

Samoa and Australia are among the countries Parker could possibly fight in next year.

"I'm going to move up and hopefully fight around the world," Parker said.

Meehan, who has fought three past and present world champions, believes Parker needs to improve in some areas but could be good enough to win a world title.

"Why not?" Meehan said.

"I thought he was tired, I was making him miss, he's going to improve on that, easily.

"He's got a good work ethic, he's got a good promotional team behind him, he's got the country behind him."