Cruiserweight-turned heavyweight contender Shane Cameron is willing to fight recent sparring partner David Haye if it means getting his considerably-sized hands on the world title in future.
The 34 year-old demolished Monte Barrett in just four rounds earlier this month and hopes that the performance will lead to offers to face some of the bigger names in the division after improving to 29-2 with his 22nd stoppage.
“I was always confident in beating Monty. I knew once I landed the right shot he would go down,” Cameron told World Boxing News.
“Next, I would love a shot at one of the Klitschko’s and I am willing to face either of them anytime, anywhere!”
The ‘Mountain Warrior’ had been preparing with David Haye as both fighters trained to face their respective July opponents and Cameron stated that he has no problem in fighting the Briton if a world title is at stake.
“I knew that Haye would destroy Chisora and you never know in boxing who you may fight,” said Cameron.
“I want to fight for the world title so whether it’s Haye or the Klitschko’s, I will fight anyone for it.
“Hopefully I will fight again before the year ends.”