Former super middleweight champion Carl Froch feels confident that undisputed junior welterweight champion Chantelle Cameron will come away with her belts in the upcoming rematch with Katie Taylor.

On Saturday night in Dublin, Cameron and Taylor will collide for a second time in the ring.

Back in May, also in Dublin, Cameron handed Taylor the first defeat of her pro career.

Taylor, the undisputed champion at 135-pounds, move up in weight but found herself under fire for the entire ten round contest. In the end, Cameron walked away with a majority decision win and her unbeaten record intact.

Froch believes the 37-year-old Taylor is now past her best - while tabbing Cameron as the fresher fighter on the rise.

"Katie Taylor is on the slide. I think she's had a fantastic career, she's done loads for women boxing. But her main attribute is her fitness and pace and she's tough as well. But as you get older you slow down and all of those attributes start to diminish, so if one of your main attributes is your toughness - like mine was - if you can't do the training like you used to, and you’re picking up injuries and slowing down, then you're losing half of your game," Froch said to Grosvenor Casinos.

"And I think Katie Taylor has seen better days. She will turn up and try to put on a good show, and she'll be as fit as she can be, and she'll give it a right go because she's a proper warrior in that ring - she doesn't stop throwing punches.

"But I think Cameron is too fresh and I think this fight will be the changing of the guard. Chantelle has already beaten her and I think she will do it again. Chantelle Cameron is younger and fresher and with the first win under her belt I think it’s repeat not revenge. "