Last Saturday night in Las Vegas, Shakur Stevenson made a statement when he dominated unbeaten Oscar Valdez to unify the WBO and WBC super featherweight championships.

Afterwards, Stevenson discussed the scenario of becoming undisputed by targeting the two remaining world titles in his weight class.

However, Stevenson's promoter, Bob Arum of Top Rank, is not in favor of that direction because he doesn't see any name value in the two remaining beltholders, Kenichi Ogawa and Roger Gutierrez.

"I’ve got to sit down with my team, I only fought a couple of days ago. I could fight anybody. I’m torn between a really big fight and all the belts," Stevenson said to the DAZN Boxing Show.

There are several fights that Stevenson is willing to take part in -including bouts with Emmanuel Navarrete and three division world champion Vasiliy Lomachenko.

Lomachenko had tried to get a fight with unified lightweight champion George Kambosos, but that plan fell out when Russia invaded Lomachenko's home country of Ukraine. Lomachenko returned home to assist local forces with their resistance. Kambosos would then finalize a unification with WBC champion Devin Haney.

Lomachenko is now left without a dance partner for a big fight in the near future. At the same time, the war between Ukraine and Russia is still ongoing.

Both Stevenson and Lomachenko are promoted by Top Rank - which removes some of the difficulties in making that bout.

"A big fight [for to have], I’d say Navarrete, I don’t know any of the guys at 135 willing to jump in and test the water, but maybe a Lomachenko fight. I’m down for a Lomachenko fight, I don’t duck no action at the end of the day. I don’t care who it is, I’ll keep the same energy," Stevenson said.