Chantelle Cameron was crowned the unified lightweight champion after defeating Mary McGee – and put herself one win away from undisputed glory.
Cameron beat McGee over ten rounds, in what was promoted to the main title at the O2 Arena after Dillian White pulled out of fighting Otto Wallen with a shoulder injury.
She added IBF and Ring Magazine titles to her roster while making sure her WBC belt came home with her to Northampton.
Cameron will now wait for the winner between Kaley Reese, 35, and Jessica Camara, 33, as the WBO and WBA titles are on the line on November 19.
But the British star has no preference for who reigns, but was quick to praise the rugged McGee after ten frantic runs.
“She was tough, I just took some shots, I always thought she was going to be strong and strong, she’s a really tough girl,” Camerson said.
“It doesn’t matter who I’m up against next, I take the belts anyway.”
Cameron, 30, has been the leaner worker of all time, and McGee, 35, often walks the shots, because the American never stops getting ahead.
She chooses to put the majority of the fight on the back foot, controlling it with a headshot, but putting enough distance between her and McGee as the most accurate hit.