Dmitriy Salita, promoter for undisputed middleweight champion Claressa Shields, is very interested in the possibility of a rematch with Savannah Marshall.

Last year, Shields outboxed Marshall over ten rounds to become the undisputed middleweight champion in their long-awaited grudge match.

This past Saturday night in Manchester, Marshall bounced back from her first career defeat as she became the undisputed champion at super middleweight, with a ten round unanimous decision over Franchon Crews-Dezurn.

Shields was ringside to support her close friend Crews-Dezurn.

During a post-fight interview, Shields made it clear that a rematch would have to take place in the United States.

Salita agrees that Marshall would have to travel across the ocean for a second meeting. 

"Claressa was in the UK supporting her friend Franchon. Oddly enough during the ring announcement I realized that the only loss on each fighter's record is to Claressa," Salita told Sky Sports.

"Certainly a fight with Marshall is something that we would explore. Claressa came to the UK for the first fight so it naturally would make sense for the second fight to happen in the US - probably at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. There are about three relatively short direct flights every day from Heathrow to Detroit so Savannah can have her fans in the arena.

"Outside of that there are other good fights in the UK like Natasha Jonas. And we love the UK boxing fans and media - the excitement that is created for the sport of truly incredible."

Shields return to the ring last month, with a one-sided decision win over mandatory challenger Maricela Cornejo.

Marshall, as the newly crowned world champion, has a mandatory obligation to the WBC and WBA's highest ranked boxer, Shadasia Green. That fight is expected to take place by the end of the year.