Eventually, Katie Taylor will have to decide on whether or not she intends to remain in the junior welterweight division or move back to 135-pounds.

On Saturday night in Dublin, Taylor avenged the first defeat of her career with a ten round majority decision over Chantelle Cameron to become the undisputed champion at 140-pounds.

However, Taylor is also the undisputed champion at lightweight.

Unbeaten Caroline Dubois is ranked number one by both the IBF and the WBC in the lightweight rankings.

Dubois, the sister of heavyweight contender Daniel Dubois, wants her mandatory crack at Taylor as soon as possible.

"I want that fight! Let me at her," Dubois stated on social media.

Taylor's last two fights, both with Cameron, took place at junior welterweight.

The 37-year-old veteran has not fought at 135-pounds since October of 2022.

In the immediate aftermath of the rematch, Taylor expressed interest in a trilogy fight with Cameron. There is also the possibility of dropping down for a rematch with Amanda Serrano.

World Boxing Council President Mauricio Sulaiman is not planning to apply any pressure on Taylor to declare her concrete weight class.

"We have no issue at this moment. We're not going to pressure. Let them take a very well-deserved rest and we will see. We will communicate to see what are the intentions for the future," Sulaiman told Sky Sports.

"Let her enjoy the moment. Why rush into something. She's champion in two divisions right now. She and Chantelle Cameron gave the world an unbelievable match. They might do it again. If I was a promoter I would do it at lightweight for both divisions. Let them enjoy the moment and we will see down the road."