Natasha Jonas cruises to comeback win as she relaunches world title bid

"There are champions out there that I'm not afraid of. I'm not scared to go up a weight or down a weight," Natasha Jonas vows to become a world champ in 2022 after sealing a classy comeback victory

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Natasha Jonas cruised to a dominant points win and she now looks to finally win world honours in 2022

Natasha Jonas delivered a reminder of her quality in a one-sided win over Vaida Masiokaite on Saturday ahead of a return to the world title scene.

The Liverpool veteran won on points in a six-rounder and immediately signalled her intention to finally become a world champion in 2022.

She came agonisingly short of that feat in her two previous fights (a draw with Terri Harper and a nail-bitingly close loss to Katie Taylor) but has now signed a promotional deal with Sky Sports Boxing and BOXXER.

"It's been three years since I boxed in front of a crowd and was in the home corner," Jonas said after her comeback win.

Image: Jonas dominated in a six-round fight

"I wanted to get ring rust off, and I was rusty.

"A big year, next year, with the titles that I've been dreaming of for so long.

"I want to get those belts.

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"I feel like I deserve them, I'm good enough, I've been unlucky on occasions.

"There are champions out there that I'm not afraid of. I'm not scared to go up a weight or down a weight.

"If you've got a belt at 130lbs, 140lbs or 147lbs? Anyone can get it!"

Sky Sports Boxing schedule

December 11 - BOXXER in Cardiff
Chris Eubank Jr vs Liam Williams
Claressa Shields vs Ema Kozin

December 11 - Top Rank in New York
Vasiliy Lomachenko vs Richard Commey
Jared Anderson vs Oleksandr Teslenko
Nico Ali Walsh
Xander Zayas

December 17 - Top Rank in Montreal
Artur Beterbiev vs Marcus Browne - IBF and WBC light-heavyweight titles

February 26 - Top Rank in Glasgow
Josh Taylor vs Jack Catterall - undisputed super-lightweight title

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