Maccarinelli was in explosive form against Mark Hobson on Saturday
Swansea's WBO cruiserweight champion Enzo Maccarinelli is targeting WBC and WBA title-holder O'Neil Bell after demolishing Mark Hobson in Manchester.
Maccarinelli knocked Hobson out in little over a minute and promoter Frank Warren says his charge has the beating of anyone in the 200lb division.
"O'Neil Bell would be a great fight," said Warren.
"Enzo is the best cruiserweight out there and the hardest-punching fighter in the world."
Jamaica's Bell has lost only one of his 28 fights and has 24 inside the distance wins.
Asked if a fight with London's European champion David Haye was a possibility, Warren claimed Haye had repeatedly turned the match down.
"I've been trying to make that fight for so long - it's never going to happen," said Warren.
"I'd love that fight for Enzo but David doesn't want it. He didn't even want to fight Mark Hobson.
"David is a good, on-top fighter but he doesn't like being hit."
However, Haye defends his European crown against Italy's Giacobbe Fragomeni on 17 November in what doubles as a WBC title eliminator.
If Haye wins, then he should get first crack at Bell some time in 2007.