Shadasia Green returned to the ring this past Saturday night in Dallas and picked up a tougher than expected ten round unanimous decision victory over Olivia Curry.

The contest was featured on the pay-per-view undercard to Jake Paul's decision win over MMA icon Nate Diaz.

Green is the mandatory challenger, under the WBC, to undisputed super middleweight champion Savannah Marshall.

The fight between Green and Marshall has been mandated by the World Boxing Council.

Like Marshall, Green is a big puncher with 11 of her 13 wins coming in by knockout.

She is ready and willing to travel over to the UK for a fight with Marshall.

"I feel like that's going to be one of the biggest women's boxing fights in the world just because of what we both bring to the table as far as power, skill and technique and it being a super middleweight undisputed world championship. Also I would be delighted to come to the UK," Green told Sky Sports.

"The UK is a great base for women's boxing. They highlight, they love women's boxing and it would only be befitting if I came over to her hometown where she sells a lot. I know the fans won't like me as much but after I'm victorious and I take the belts and I'm respected, they will love me. And I will love that."

Marshall became the undisputed champion earlier this year, after picking up a tough decision win over Franchon Crew-Dezurn. It was Marshall's debut at super middleweight and her first win since losing a decision Claressa Shields in their undisputed clash at 160.

Green's goal would be to overcome Marshall and then pursue a showdown with Shields.