Chantelle Cameron says she wants to fight Katie Taylor over 12 three minute rounds in their upcoming rematch.
Earlier this week, it was announced that Amanda Serrano's featherweight title defence against Danila Ramos on October 27th will be fought over 12 three minute rounds. Usually, women's championship bouts have 10 two minute rounds.
"Throwing it out there after seeing that announcement Serrano v Ramos fighting 12x3 minute rounds," Cameron posted on social media.
"I say me V KT should follow that and fight 3 minute rounds for the rematch. Spice it up a little."
Serrano replied to Cameron's post saying, "I tried hun & she didn’t want it. Not all are cut out for the task. Good luck."
Ahead of their April 2022 fight - which Taylor won by split decision - Serrano had challenged the Bray boxer to fight over 12 rounds. However, Taylor rejected the proposal.
If the fight between Serrano and Ramos goes the distance, it will be the first time since 2007 that two female boxers have stayed in the ring for 36 minutes. It will also be the first women's unified championship fight to be fought using the same rules as their male counterparts.
The rematch between Cameron and Taylor will take place on November 25th at the 3Arena in Dublin. That is the same venue where, in May of this year, the English woman handed Taylor her first defeat in professional boxing when she beat her by majority decision to remain the super-lightweight world champion.
Throwing it out there after seeing that announcement Serrano v Ramos fighting 12x3 minute rounds. I say me V KT should follow that and fight 3 minute rounds for the rematch. Spice it up a little @JamieMoore777 @MatchroomBoxing @Nigel_Travis
— Chantelle Cameron (@chantellecam) September 6, 2023