Hot junior middleweight prospect, Tim Tszyu (15-0, 11 KOs), is looking to secure the biggest opportunity possible this year - a crack at a world title.

Tszyu saw action four times in 2019 - where he went the ten round distance twice to win decisions and picked up two stoppage victories. Last month it took him four rounds to beat down Jack Brubaker.

Tyszyu, the son of former world champion and Hall of Famer Kostya Tszyu, turned pro in 2016 and is now being touted as the next superstar of Australian boxing.

One of the fights being mentioned, is a domestic mega-bout with former world champion Jeff Horn. That fight may or may not happen, as the two sides have a lot of details to sort out.

Outside of Horn, there are numerous options being discussed for the young boxer.

He's looking to take his career to the next level in the next twelve months - with fights being booked against opponents who are listed in the world rankings and he also wants to gain a world title shot by the time the year is over.

"In 2020, I want a world title," Tszyu told the Herald. "I want a world title, international-ranked opponents.

"I want to get to that No.1 stage. I’ve got a great promoter, we’ve got fight dates. It’s about climbing the mountain. The world champion is who I want.

"We’ve got the right people behind me, I’m confident in my ability and I know where I have to go. I would love to bring a mega-fight, a world title fight, to Australia."