IBF, WBC Franchise, WBO, WBA lightweight champion George Kambosos is sizing up his option for his first defense of the unified crown.

Last November, the 28-year-old Kambosos pulled off one of the biggest shockers of the year when he dropped and outboxed heavily favored Teofimo Lopez over twelve rounds to capture the four belts at Hulu Theater at New York's Madison Square Garden.

Kambosos is now looking to return, potentially on a date in May, in a big stadium in Australia.

The Aussie star has fought on the road since 2017, with his fights taking place in the United States, UK, Malaysia and Athens.

Now Kambosos wants to lure over a big name overseas to fight him on home soil.

Several boxers have already raised their hands to secure the opportunity - including WBC champion Devin Haney and three division world champion Vasiliy Lomachenko.

Kambosos is on board with facing either opponent.

“I love the Haney fight, and I love the WBC piece. I love the Lomachenko fight. A big name and Tank Davis as well. Ryan Garcia has got a huge name. I want to see him back in the ring first," Kambosos said to Fox Sports Australia.

“We’re sitting here negotiating, making sure they’ll come to Australia first. That’s the most important that they’ll travel down. I know for a fact that Haney will and Lomachenko will. So that is a big plus right away."

Lomachenko was in action last month, when he picked up a dominant twelve round decision win over Richard Commey at Madison Square Garden. And Haney also saw action last month, when he outboxed former champion Joseph Diaz over twelve rounds in Las Vegas.