SUNNY EDWARDS believes he is the best fighter in the world at three weight divisions.

The 27-year-old flyweight will make his first appearance under the Matchroom promotional banner on Saturday night against Andres Campos at Wembley Arena. Edwards 19-0 (4) is regarded by many as the number one boxer at 112lbs, but the ever-confident Londoner told Boxing News that he is also the finest at super-flyweight and bantamweight.

“I’m at the stage now where I genuinely think I’m the best in the world at flyweight probably at super-flyweight and maybe even at bantamweight as well. Genuinely right now I feel like I could do any three of those weights against anyone in them.

“The only thing that’s stalling me right now is wanting to do it the right way. I’ve got the IBF, I want to clear up the WBC, WBO, WBA, The Ring at flyweight and do it all over again at super-flyweight and do it all over again that bantamweight. I don’t think there’s anyone around right now that would stop me.”

The current BN rankings in conjunction with the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board sees Juan Francisco Estrada as the man to beat at 115lbs with Emmanuel Rodriguez number one at 118lbs. Other fighters such as Roman Gonzalez, Kazuto Ioka and Julio Cesar Martinez would all make for spectacles that fans would want to see. Edwards, though, sees flyweight/super-flyweight Jesse ‘Bam’ Rodriguez as the real genuine threat and one that motivates him.

“Bam is probably the closest version of a Sunny Edwards from a different part of the world [that] I’ve seen,” Edwards said.

“Look at our ages, look at our ambition, look at our intent of taking fights, making fights. I respect him a lot outside of the ring. How he approaches his boxing career, how he believes in himself. That’s a threat, that’s a challenger to me. That’s someone I would challenge across the world excited to fight because so far there’s not been many, even remotely, competitive rounds that I get in boxing. In a fight, outside of a fight, in sparring.”

Rodriguez had been linked to a fight against Edwards, but the 23-year-old broke his jaw in April during his bout against Cristian Gonzalez Hernandez. Rodriguez still emerged as a comfortable winner on points.