BILLY JOE SAUNDERS has called out world champions Callum Smith and Demetrius Andrade for a bout later this year.
The WBO super-middleweight king is desperate to face a big name as he looks to end 2020 on a high.
After being fined £15,000 for his video that appeared to condone domestic violence, Saunders is keen to claim the scalp of two unbeaten boxers.
Uploading a video on his Instagram story to his 411,000 followers, a shirtless Saunders admitted it is unlikely he will face Saul Alvarez.
He then turned his attention to WBA super-middleweight champ Smith, and WBO middleweight belt holder Andrade.
The 31-year-old said: “This is a little message to any super-middleweight.
“Canelo, I’ve been waiting around for Canelo as you all know, so that looks like it’s parked up.
“Callum Smith and Andrade, let’s get in on.
“Callum you’re a good fighter, a great fighter, a unification, I reckon we could get it on.
“Andrade, you’re just a little p****, who keeps running. Don’t want to fight nobody.
“So lets go 168, let’s rock and roll, November or December, we ready boy.”
Two-weight world champion Saunders has won all 29 of his contests inside the ring – with 14 of those victories coming by way of knockout.