WBO instructs Taylor to vacate one of her undisputed titles following victory over Cameron

The WBO has given the two-weight boxing champion Katie Taylor (23-1, 6KOs) a 10-day deadline so she can decide which weight class she will campaign at following her majority decision win over Chantelle Cameron (18-1, 8KOs) on November 25.

After Cameron inflicted the maiden loss on Taylor's career earlier this year, the Irishwoman claimed redemption to claim the undisputed crown at 140-pounds after her undisputed championship at 135-pounds.

The WBO informed Taylor's promoter Eddie Hearn of Matchroom Boxing of the decision by email, which the sanctioning body also published publicly, calling on Taylor to honor the pre-fight conditions the WBO gave her before her fights with Cameron.

"The foregoing contest was sanctioned subject to specific provisions," said WBO Championship Committee chairman Luis Batista-Salas.

"If Katie Taylor wins the bout against Cameron, she has up to 10 days thereafter to determine which weight division she will retain. Failure to comply with such conditions will result in the Committee proceeding per WBO Regulations of World Championship Contests.

"Consequently, in light of the foregoing, Katie Taylor must decide within the timeframe provided in the referenced provision which weight division she will retain, either the Lightweight or Jr. Welterweight division."

The WBO's decision follows the WBC's, which says they're unwilling to set an immediate timeframe regarding Taylor's future, following her win over Cameron. The WBA and the IBF, meanwhile, have not yet ruled on Taylor’s title status.

The deadline expires December 5.