Closing the book on the Kownacki rivalry - with a stoppage last year and then an even more dominant showing with his disqualification victory in their rematch last night - the Finn can move on to bigger things, as the clock winds down on the soon to be 38 year old's career. He came into the Kownacki rematch with a pretty high ranking, albeit only by a single org - #3 in the WBA - but not top 15 in any of the other three. After his second consecutive W over Kownacki (ranked #10 by the WBA yesterday), he may or may not inch closer to a mandatory position. In his way are #1 Dubois and #2 Hunter. The pot of gold at the rainbow's end would be "regular" world champion Trevor Bryan, "champion in recess" Mahmoud Charr, or the actual top guy, "super" champion Oleksandr Usyk. In my opinion, Robbe should give up any quixotic notions of chasing after Usyk - there's no planet on which Helenius can win that fight. I would also say to not bother with Fury, but Helenius is absent from the WBC rankings anyway so moot point. He should 100% target Bryan or Charr, or former interim champ Dubois (whom the WBA stripped and ordered to have a box-off with Bryan so as to consolidate the belts and clean up their longstanding mess, reducing us to just two superfluous titlists instead of three) because he would have an excellent chance of toppling any of them. In fact, the contender just ahead of him in the rankings, Michael Hunter (against whom I'd make Helenius about 50-50) - represent a bigger challenge than either of the lesser belt holders or the powerful but slow & limited Brit directly ahead of him. A fan of Robbe's shouldn't feel super confident about him versus Dubois or Hunter necessarily, but if they pave the way to an easy night's work against Bryan or Charr to finally realize his world championship dream (even if just the WBA, in the last days of its splintered belt era) - then it would doubtless be one thousand percent worth the risk. And how could anyone not be a Robbe fan? Has run hot & cold in the pros with some more tepid performanes than others, but for the most part has a very aesthetically pleasing in-ring style and is super likeable guy. "Bro please stop hitting me in the gonads, wtf bro, why you gottta do this? "