Last Saturday night in Leeds, rising welterweight contender Conor Benn (19-0, 12 KOs) won a ten round unanimous decision over experienced veteran Adrian Granados (21-9-3, 15 KOs).

The scores were 100-90, 99-91 and 97-93.

Benn had very few issues in the contest, with Granados mostly on the move and being defensive for the majority of the bout. Benn was stalking, looking for openings and was much busier with his punches.

The unbeaten boxer is now looking to face former four division world champion Adrien Broner, who also holds a decision win over Granados. However, Broner had a much tougher time when he picked up a split decision over Granados in 2017

Broner won a twelve round decision over Jovanie Santiago back in February. It was Broner's first win since the Granados fight - and it was also Broner's first outing in over two years.

Between those two victories, he lost decisions to Manny Pacquiao and Mikey Garcia, and fought Jessie Vargas to a draw.

Securing a fight with Broner won't come easy. He comes with a heavy price tag and would likely demand millions of dollars for such a fight.

Benn's promoter, Eddie Hearn, views Broner as the "perfect" opponent for his boxer's progression in the sport.

If it requires a trip across the pond, Benn is ready to travel.

"I'll have Broner next. I'll have Broner here at the O2, I'll have him at a stadium out in America - it doesn't bother me. Broner is definitely an opponent I’d love to fight and share the ring with this year," Benn told Talk Sport.

“Four-time world division champion, I won’t shy away from anybody and if he wants it I’ll give it to him. That’s not a problem.”