MIKAELA MAYER wants a UK return for big-money fights, world title belts and Primark bargains.
The 31-year-old super-featherweight world champion visited Cardiff and London last month while doing a commentary shift for Sky Sports.
And – after Saturday’s defence against Jennifer Han in her California home – the 16-0 bombshell fancies a British comeback so she can thrill our dedicated boxing fans and fill her wardrobe with deals.
Mayer told SunSport: “I loved my trip to the UK, I only managed one pint of beer because I was so busy but I plan to get back soon to fight one of your champions.
“British boxing fans are some of the best in the world, it feels like boxing is your No1 sport whereas in the States boxing is fighting for attention with American football, baseball, basketball, ice hockey and even Hollywood.
“I want to become undisputed at super-featherweight but it’s proving annoyingly difficult to get the other two champions to face me so I will not hang around and if there are bigger fights out there, at higher weights, then I am ready to go and get them.
“If that’s the winner of Katie Taylor vs Amanda Serrano or Chantelle Cameron then great.
“It’ll give me an excuse to come back and raid Primark again as I bought some great stuff over there and we don’t have them in America so I can kill two birds with one stone.”
Ireland’s undisputed lightweight queen Taylor defends her titles against SEVEN-weight champ Serrano on April 30 in New York.
And Northampton’s Cameron has two of the four major super-lightweight world titles.
Mayer is watching both closely as she considers her next step after the breakout November win over Maiva Hamadouche.
FREE BETS AND SIGN UP DEALS – BEST NEW CUSTOMER OFFERS
She said: “I have bought my ticket for Taylor vs Serrano and will be ringside.
“I would love to fight the winner of that. I have the perfect body type to be able to go up a few weight classes. I want to be undisputed in my division but I will not sit around and wait.
“It feels like we are in a golden age of female boxing, we have a lot of great champions and – importantly – most of these girls want to make the biggest and best fights.”
Not many boxers would boast about their Primark penchant but Mayer is different from the label-loving cliche fighter on Instagram flashing the cash.
“I do not own a single designer item – of anything,” she said proudly.
“No designer shoes, watch, belt, purse, handbag, anything.
“I invest my money in assets that I know will grow, I buy properties and stocks. I am not ‘that type’ at all.
“I have learned how to invest and value my money properly. If I was a male fighter I would have millions by now but I still wouldn’t have blown through it all.
“I earn my money the hardest way so there is no chance of me blowing any of it.”
Watch Mayer vs Han on Sky Sports in the early hours of Sunday morning.