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The reigning WBO world welterweight champion, Jeff Horn (17-0-1) has spoken about his future plans and has revealed the fights he desires that will help him in his quest to cement a memorable legacy in the sport.

There are no surprises that he has picked arguably the three biggest names of this current era of combat sports. They include former 8-weight world champion Manny Pacquiao, former undefeated former 5-weight world champion Floyd Mayweather and 2-weight UFC world champion Conor McGregor are being earmarked for potential fights by Horn.

Horn makes the maiden defence of his WBO world title against Britain’s Gary Corcoran on December 15th and former 2-weight world champion Terence Crawford (32-0) has been instilled as the mandatory challenger to that title.

Jeff Horn upsets Manny Pacquiao by unanimous decision in the Battle of Brisbane. pic.twitter.com/irjJkhwNAw

— ESPN (@espn) July 2, 2017

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