. Cecilia Brkhus has vowed to take back whats mine when she rematches Jessica McCaskill for the undisputed World Welterweight titles at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX on Saturday night, live worldwide on DAZN. Brkhus 36-1 9 KOs suffered the first loss of her glittering career at the hands of McCaskill in Tulsa, OK in August, with the Chicagoan taking her titles and preventing her from breaking Joe Lewis record of consecutive World title defenses. The Norwegian hinted at retirement in her immediate post-fight speech but within days of that loss, she activated the rematch clause, and now she is determined to settle the score and reclaim her property. I know I am a better fighter than Jessica in every possible way Im back for me, said Brkhus. Ive done it all in boxing first undisputed womens champion, first Ring Magazine champion, sold out arenas, hit one million viewers, sold Pay-Per-Views Saturday is just about taking the belts back because I am better. Ive been in so many fights in my career and I knew that I did enough to win the first fight. I was a little bit naive. I didnt consider that I was on her home turf, I wont make that mistake again. Those belts are rightfully mine and I want to make a statement on Saturday, Ill be completely different from the last fight, Im in peak shape and I am happy. Its fine to do some talking before the fight to promote it, but its not personal for me. She started talking about me and my team 24 hours after the last fight and I lost respect for her. You cant be offended or take anything personally by someone you dont respect. I feel calm and I am ready to get my belts back. Brkhus clash with McCaskill is part of aa huge night of action in Dallas, with a mouth-watering triple-header of World title action at the top of the bill. Juan Francisco Estrada 41-3 28 KOs and Roman Chocolatito Gonzalez 50-2 41 KOs meet in a mouthwatering rematch thats over eight years in the making, with the WBC, WBA and Ring Magazine World Super-Flyweight titles on the line and theres a Matchroom debut on the card for Hiroto Kyoguchi 14-0 9 KOs as he defends his WBA and Ring Magazine World Light-Flyweight titles against Axel Vega 14-3-1 8 KOs, and its a huge night for a clutch of rising talents on the bill. Austin Ammo Williams 7-0 6 KOs is looking to build on his own stellar 2020 performances where he won all three of his fights via stoppage in Miami, Mexico City and Dallas, and Ammo will look to continue that streak in his first eight round bout against the experienced Mommas Boy Denis Douglin 22-7 14 KOs who has shared the ring World champions George Groves, Anthony Dirrel, David Benavidez and Jermell Charlo. . Raymond Ford 8-0 4 KOs has been in hot form, closing 2020 out with impressive stoppage wins in Florida and Texas and the 21 year old takes on unbeaten New Mexico talent Aaron Angel Baby Perez 10-0 6 KOs over eight rounds. Souleymane Cissokho 11-0 7 KOs is back in action for the first time since September 2019 and the unbeaten Frenchman tangles with Daniel Echeverria 21-10 18 KOs over eight rounds.