Australia's new undisputed super flyweight world boxing champion Vic Darchinyan believes he can win world titles in up to five divisions.
Darchinyan returned to Sydney on Wednesday after adding the WBA and WBC titles of Mexican Cristian Mijares to the IBF championship he already held.
The Sydney boxer expects to receive his WBA and WBC belts within the next 10 days following his spectacular ninth round knockout of Mijares in California last weekend.
After struggling for press and public recognition in his adopted country, Armenian born Darchinyan was delighted to see a large media turnout at Sydney Airport on Wednesday morning.
His manager Elias Nassar said a fight with another Mexican superstar, Jorge Arce, in the United States in March was 75 per cent locked in.
Darchinyan predicted he would knock out Arce even faster than Mijares.
The fight with Arce would be at super flyweight, but Darchinyan said his priority was to add more title belts to his collection and to continue rising through the weight divisions.
He needs to win in one more division to equal Jeff Fenech, the only Australian to win boxing world title belts in three divisions.