Katie Taylor insists she's not"ducking" Delfine Persoon and intends to"shut up everyone" by beating the Belgian once again in a rematch following summer.
Taylor will likely bid to be a world winner on November 2 when she faces WBO super-lightweight title-holder Christina Linardatou in Manchester.
The star became undisputed lightweight winner in June when she beat Persoon at Madison Square Garden, through a vast majority decision with all the scores 95-95, 96-94 and 96-94, however there was a controversy surrounding the result.
Her immediate focus is about beating Linardatou and she would like to confront Puerto Rico's Amanda Serrano, although taylor admits Persoon warrants a rematch.
"First I must overcome Christina Linardatou, and once I do this I hope to possess Amanda Serrano second and the Persoon rematch at the summer sometime. That would be my perfect route," Taylor stated.
"[The Persoon fight] was a touch-and-go battle, an all-out warfare actually for 10 rounds, but probably among the most exciting fights I've ever been involved in, likely a bit too exciting for my liking!
"It's every fighter's dream to be the undisputed champion, that is the pinnacle of the sport right there, therefore I had been very, very enthused.
"To predict the battle a robbery is a complete disgrace in itself actually. I am aware that's the reason it's a battle that deserves a rematch too and it was a close battle.
"I am not one for ducking or diving any challenge, I believe my career shows that so far. I like the huge fights and I can't wait to set the story straight really.
"I look forward to beating her more convincingly, to shut everyone up essentially!
"I was constantly aware that it was going to be a very close fight and that I overcame that. I came off with the straps and deservedly so."
Taylor would like to be known at her weight class, and that she understands a victory over Persoon would go a long way.
She added:"It is all about heritage, it is about history-making. I want to be known as the very best ever and I'm eager to show myself every single time I step into the ring, and that's precisely why it is so great to participate in these fights.
"These are fantastic struggles to get before me - but first and foremost it is November 2, and my focus is completely on this opponent."
Taylor's clash with Greece's Linardatou headlines a Manchester Arena bill which also includes what's defined as the previous bout of WBC lightweight champion Anthony Crolla's career, contrary to a yet-to-be-announced competition, also Joshua Buatsi and Australian Blake Caparello combating with.
Taylor is thought to be headlining such a piled card.
"I never thought when I sat down with [promoter] Eddie Hearn three years ago that I might be in this position, to headline a major show in this way," Taylor said.
"To be around exactly the same series as Anthony Crolla, his farewell fight, Joshua Buatsi, along with also all the remaining fighters on the card, that can be such a special moment for me personally.
"I actually feel like I've broken down a lot of boundaries over recent years. When I first turned pro I wanted to alter people's perceptions of the sport, along with the service I've gotten in the UK during the past couple of years has been so special. They just see me as yet another boxer, not a female fighter, that is incredible.
"To have this chance to headline this show and also to become a two-weight world champion is outstanding."
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