Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez is open to another fight against Gennady Golovkin after winning the WBA and WBC super-middleweight titles.
Alvarez dominated Callum Smith in Texas on Saturday, beating the Brit by unanimous decision after being in control throughout.
The Mexican's win came a day after rival Gennady Golovkin beat Kamil Szeremeta to retain the IBF and IBO middleweight titles.
Alvarez drew with Golovkin in September 2017 before winning by majority decision a year later.
Asked if he wanted to face the Kazakh again, Alvarez told DAZN: "I don't run from nobody.
"I just showed that I fought against the best."
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Smith was no match for Alvarez, handed a first professional defeat after struggling to impose himself as the 30-year-old produced an impressive performance.
Both fighters were in action for the first time since November last year, and Alvarez was pleased with his showing.
"I did a great job after 13 months out. Smith is a greater fighter, as you can see I did a great job," he said.
"Thanks to everybody for coming and supporting me. I'm so happy."
Alvarez added: "I'm the best in the world. In the first round I tried to see what he brings, the skills, whatever.
"Like you saw, I showed what I am."