Cameron Hammond could be the next Olympic boxer heading to Perth following stablemate Damien Hooper's successful visit on Friday.
The unbeaten NSW welterweight followed Hooper's three-round TKO win over Josh Webb at Metro City on live stream and tweeted: "Sounds like a good atmosphere! Hopefully I'll box there before too long. War Hooper!"
Hammond's manager Matt Clark said he had no issue with the 24-year-old heading west.
"Definitely, we would be open to having Cameron fighting in Perth, if it can get made then no problem," Clark said.
Hammond's camp are in negotiations for a fight against Victoria's Matt Lytwynenko in his home town of Moree on July 5.
Hammond (9-0), like Hooper promoted by Ricky Hatton, was originally down to face WBA No.15 Roman Zhailauov but the Kazakh fighter was unable to get a visa.