Undefeated top lightweight Shakur Stevenson is looking at several options at 135-pounds, but his eyes are firmly set on a showdown with undisputed world champion Devin Haney.

Stevenson was ringside last Saturday night in Las Vegas, as he watched Haney win a close twelve round unanimous decision over three division champion Vasiliy Lomachenko.

At the same time, Stevenson believes the biggest fight at the weight is a showdown with Gervonta "Tank" Davis.

"I think both [Davis and Haney] fights is great fights for me," Stevenson said to TMZ. "Obviously, I think me and Tank is a bigger fight, but me and Dev is a fight where I could establish who I am as a fighter."

After Haney retained his titles over Lomachenko, Stevenson entered the ring and exchanged a few brief words with the undisputed champ.

Stevenson (20-0, 10 KOs) would like to face Haney next - but there is no guarantee that Haney will stick around at 135. He may move up to the junior welterweight limit of 140.

"If [Devin] can't make the weight and he don't feel the same, then just go up, but if it was me, if I was in his shoes, I would have the [Loma] rematch. I would have to show the world that that dude can't f---- with me. That's how I would do it," Stevenson said.

"It's definitely some great fights to make. If [Devin] stays, I think me and Dev should fight next. If he doesn't stay and he decides to go to 140, I think me and Lomachenko should bang it out. I think that's the big fight and the world get to see who I truly am, how special I am.

"I feel like Lomachenko just showed the world that he's not washed. He's not washed up. Now that we know that, I think it's only right, throw me in there with him, and let's see if I'm the truth. I'll keep saying I'm the truth."