Undisputed lightweight champion Katie Taylor is looking to secure a measure of revenge when she gets a second crack at undisputed junior welterweight Chantelle Cameron.

Earlier this year, Cameron handed Taylor her first career defeat with an impressive decision win.

The rematch takes place on November at the 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland.

Taylor, 37-years-old, is very confident as the rematch gets closer.

"Mentally and physically I feel better going into this one," Taylor told RTÉ Sport. "I didn't feel myself going into the fight. Everyone could see I wasn’t at my best. I feel like this camp has been very different.

"Failure causes you to examine things a little bit more. That has been the case for this fight. That’s where the growth happens, unfortunately it has to be that way when you suffer a loss. I definitely feel like I am a better boxer than I was before the last fight. I’m aware of what’s at stake. All the belts are on the line. I do realize this is absolutely a must-win fight."

Regardless of age, Taylor is not viewing the Cameron rematch as the final fight of her career. She feels physically and mentally sharp enough to continue for some time.

"I’m not thinking that this fight is going to be my last fight. I’m not thinking of any other outcome rather than a win," Taylor said.

"I know I have plenty more fights in me, but obviously I’ll retire at the right time. I guess you guys [the media] can make your opinion on that on 25 November. I have no intentions of hanging up the gloves right now.

"It’s not a good time to be thinking of retirement a few weeks before the biggest fight of your career."