The lightweight division is arguably the hottest in boxing right now, with a host of American superstars dominating the scene and seemingly prepared to fight one another.
If that happens, WBC Middleweight champion, Jermall Charlo, believes one 135lber beats them all.
Devin Haney is the current undisputed lightweight champion, twice defeating George Kambosos Jr to first claim, then retain all four belts.
This year, Haney proved himself as a worthy titlist, with a victory over former pound-for-pound king, Vasily Lomachenko, in a controversial split-decision win.
‘The Dream’s desire to be great has earned him the number one lightweight spot for now, but there are plenty of contenders hoping to challenge him for that position, and rumours that he may now move up to super-lightweight suggest that his time at the peak of the division is coming to a close.
Meanwhile, Gervonta Davis proclaimed himself to be the face of boxing after a blockbuster win of his own, knocking out the vastly-popular Ryan Garcia in what turned out to be comfortable win back in April.
The former super-featherweight world champion currently holds the WBA Regular belt and will be hoping that is number will soon be called to once again challenge for world honours, whether that be for Haney’s undisputed title or for the vacant WBA Super should Haney vacate.
Similarly, Shakur Stevenson has been vocal in his desire to fight Haney with the aim of becoming a three-weight world champion.
The 2016 Olympic silver medallist made the step up earlier this year, scoring a knockout on his lightweight debut, and the display was enough to convince Charlo that he has the beating of the rest of the division.
Speaking to Fighters Corner, he said:
“After what I saw, I don’t think he [Tank] can touch [Devin] Haney. Shakur is going to beat all of them, I promise.”
The boxing world continues to hold its breath as they await Haney’s imminent decision.