Andre Dirrell is ready to take on anybody.

“I’ll fight any of the champions right now,” the 2004 Olympic Games bronze medalist for the United States said following his victory over Derrick Findley Saturday night.

The super middleweight (168 pounds) fight at the Buffalo Run Casino was the main event for a “ShoBox: The New Generation.” telecast.

 “It doesn’t matter which one. I’m greedy. I want all the belts,” said Dirrell, who hails from Flint, Mich.

He called the fight “target practice.”

Dirrell dominated the action so much that Findley’s corner threw in the towel just as the seventh round was beginning.

The win snapped a seven-fight win streak for Findley, who took the fight only about two weeks ago.

Dirrell (18-0 with 12 knockouts) switched his style from orthodox to southpaw several times.

“I knew I had the fight in the bag,” he said. “I worked on things I had to work on. He was frustrated. There was nothing he could do.”