Resting against a wall in Alex Cooper's home is a display cabinet housing championship belts, trophies and gold medals.
But there remains room for more, and the emerging boxer knows exactly which title he wants to add to the collection next.
"I'm going to try to fight for an Aussie title at welterweight next year. It's quite a prestigious thing, it's a bucket list item for me to get," Cooper said.
"A lot of people don't even go through that way, they go straight to regional titles and that sort of stuff, but I definitely want an Aussie title under my belt."
The 24-year-old boasts three stoppage victories from as many fights, with a cocktail of speed, power and footwork turning him into an intoxicating prospect.
His next bout, this time at super welterweight, comes against facing Nathan Robson (2-0) on a National Boxing Series show broadcast live on Fox Sports from EPIC's Coorong Pavilion on Friday night.
COVID-19 restrictions mean the crowd inside the pavilion will be limited to those with a seat among 28 sold-out corporate tables.
So the rest of Cooper's mates and family will filter through the doors of the Queanbeyan Roos Club to watch Cooper on the big screen.
"Everyone will be up at the club in Queanbeyan watching on," Cooper said.
"It's massive, especially to be able to do it from home, it's going to be excellent. It's a massive platform and there are going to be a lot of people watching.
"There's a little bit more excitement about it, but the preparation stays the same. We prepare for the fighter and that's about it."
Yet for much of the year it seemed as though there would be no fighter to prepare for, no platform which could ignite Cooper's career on a national stage.
In mid-March Cooper stood outside the AIS Arena to launch a televised show slated for June. Before long the coronavirus outbreak thwarted those plans and boxers wondered what the future held.
Gyms were shut down and plans for future shows went out the window. Motivation waned for many, but Cooper was not among them.
Road runs and pad work in a park became the norm with his coach Jamie Pittman, once an Olympic Games team captain and a challenger for the world title.
Because when the call came, Cooper knew he was going to be ready.
"We're ready to do our thing on Friday. I'm really keen, it's been a long year without a lot of action," Cooper said.
"Jamie and I, we trained together a lot and we just kept chipping away every day. It was a little bit shit there for a bit but it was what it was.
"We were training on ovals and parks, we were in a park for about six months, doing pads, running, strength stuff. We were just keeping everything moving.
"We trained together a lot through it, just keeping each other busy and keeping each other sane.
"As soon as the rumours started there was [a show] going on there, there was a lot of excitement there. We had our whole year planned out and it all got ruined by COVID.
"Hopefully next year we have a really active year and keep the ball rolling, and just keep winning."
NATIONAL BOXING SERIES
Friday: National Boxing Series - Brock Jarvis v Mark Schleibs at Coorong Pavilion at EPIC, 6pm.
Featherweight: IBF Pan Pacific featherweight championship - Brock Jarvis (17-0) v Mark Schleibs (12-0)
Lightweight:IBF International lightweight championship, WBO Oriental lightweight title - Jacob Ng (13-0) v Hunter Ioane (8-0-1)
Super welterweight: Alex Cooper (3-0) v Nathan Robson (2-0)
Super featherweight: Ben Dencio (7-3) v Gerry Zapantis (debut)
Super welterweight: Terry Nickolas (debut) v Krishna Mudaliar (7-9-2)
Super middleweight: Alex Hanan (10-0) v Ray Ingram (2-19-2)