Undisputed junior welterweight champion Chantelle Cameron is more than ready to have a rematch with Katie Taylor, but she indicates that some changes must be made in the second fight.
This past Saturday night, Cameron traveled to Dublin, Ireland and spoiled the homecoming of Taylor before a packed house at 3Arena.
Cameron applied pressure from the first bell and fought her way to a ten round majority decision win.
Taylor is planning to exercise an immediate rematch clause.
Despite being the unbeaten beltholder - Cameron was treated like the challenger.
She was made to walk out first, received second billing on promotional items, and the majority of the event was centered around Taylor.
Cameron has no issue with fighting Taylor for a second time in Dublin - if the necessary changes are made.
"I'll happily take the rematch and I will go back to Dublin, but this time around there's got to be a few changes. What champion signs a fight of that magnitude and just accepts everything and doesn't question anything? I didn't ask for any changes or nothing I just agreed to everything and I wasn't treated like the champion that week, I was just treated like I was there to turn up and be part of the occasion, but I knew and my team knew that I was there to win and there to ruin the homecoming," Cameron told The Mirror.
"If there's going to be a rematch, I'm definitely going to make sure a few things are in my favor this time around. Walking out first I was stood there for a long time, the ring walk was so long and I was having to stay warm and stay focused because, again, everyone was against me."
Cameron is not going to bend the second time around, when it comes to the ring walks.
"It could have got me a bit angry but it was Katie Taylor's homecoming and while I was defending my belts it was all about Katie Taylor. But it makes it even better for me the fact that I beat her because it makes me a bit happier because I truly did ruin the homecoming," Cameron said.
"The name [Taylor-Cameron] didn't bother me too much, it's just a name isn't it? But walking first? That would have to change. I was standing there for so long and it felt like I was standing there for longer than the actual fight!"