Former WBO featherweight champion Shakur Stevenson believes that he's physically capable of becoming a five division world champion.
Stevenson is currently competing at super featherweight and wants to secure a world title fight sooner than later.
The fighter at the top his list is current WBC world champion Oscar Valdez, who earlier this year demolished Miguel Berchelt with a brutal knockout.
"Oscar Valdez got to get it though, seriously. He's the best fighter at 130-pounds other than me. I thought Miguel Berchelt would kill him," Stevenson said to The Sun.
"I'm a dominant person, I like to win. I don't like nothing close, I don't want competitive fights, I want to dominate my opponents. My style is defensive but I've got an all-round style, really. It's defense first… but if you watch somebody like Erislandy Lara, that's real defense. He's moving backwards and around the ring all the time. With me, watch my last fight, I ain't doing that, I'm right there in front of people but it's just that they can't hit me."
Stevenson believes that beyond 130-pounds, he can capture a world at the lightweight limit of 135 - and even climb up to junior welterweight and welterweight to capture more gold.
"I can go to 140-pounds, to 147-pounds, for sure. A lot of people think I'm little but I'm not. With my skillset, I know I won't be outgunned going to the higher weights," Stevenson said.
"Maybe I'll be the one on the back end at 135lbs to be the last man standing. We're going to have to see each other regardless. Tank [Davis] ain't getting any bigger, I'm the one getting bigger. So we got to sit back and wait and see how things play out."