Gennady Golovkin wants to fight Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez again after the undefeated middleweight champion destroyed stand-in opponent Vanes Martirosyan on Saturday.
Golovkin delivered a devastating second-round knockout in California after his blockbuster rematch with Alvarez was cancelled, due to the Mexican star receiving a six-month suspension for testing positive for banned substance clenbuterol.
The powerful 35-year-old Kazakh – who improved to 38-0-1 via his 34th knockout after flooring Martirosyan with a brutal combination – previously said he was unsure if there would be a rematch in September.
However, asked if he wanted to fight Alvarez following Saturday's bout at StubHub Center, Golovkin said: "Absolutely. I want everyone.
"I have lots of belts. I challenge anyone to come and take my belts. I don't care who it is. Let's clean the division out. Happy Cinco de Mayo."
Golovkin put his WBA, WBC and IBF titles on the line against Armenian-American Martirosyan,36, in his first fight since last September's split draw against Alvarez.
Gennady Golovkin defeats Vanes Martirosyan by 2nd-round KO.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 6, 2018
It is Golovkin's 20th consecutive middleweight title defense, which ties Bernard Hopkins. pic.twitter.com/nUQr2ccQvL
And there were no surprises as Golovkin unleashed a flurry of punches in the second round that floored Martirosyan face-first and left him down for the count.
It also saw Golovkin retain his title for a record 20th successive time – tying the division mark set by Bernard Hopkins in 2005.
"It feels great to get a knockout," said Golovkin. "Vanes is a very good fighter. He caught me a few times in the first round. In the second round, I came out all business after I felt him out in the first round."
The referee stopped the fight at one minute, 53 seconds and Martirosyan (36-4-1) added: "It was like being hit by a train. It wasn't one punch. It was all of his punches. It was the hardest I have ever been hit."