If ONE Championship heavyweight king Arjan Bhullar could fight anybody in the world, it would be former UFC heavyweight champ Stipe Miocic. Bhullar, 35, captured the ONE heavyweight title with a second-round TKO win over Brandon Vera in May. Since that career-changing win, the Indian-Canadian star has been forecasting big things for his MMA career, as well as forays into pro wrestling in boxing. “No one’s done what I’m going to do,” Bhullar told the Post recently. “We’re going to go out there, we’re going to defend this title. We’re going to potentially get a second weight title if I choose to do that with my team. We’re going to get a pro wrestling title. We’re going to get in the boxing ring. We’re going to do it all.” And if Bhullar (11-1) could fight anybody in the world – be it in MMA, pro wrestling, or boxing – it would be Miocic (20-4). The 39-year-old Miocic, who moonlights as a firefighter in Cleveland, Ohio, ruled over the UFC heavyweight division from 2016-2018, and again from 2019-2020. During that time, the American twice defeated Bhullar’s long-time mentor and training partner Daniel Cormier – first by fourth-round knockout, then by decision. Bhullar was part of Cormier’s training camp for both of those losses, and would love the opportunity to avenge his friend sometime in the future. “Stipe Miocic,” Bhullar said, without any hesitation, when asked to name his dream opponent. “He’s on the Mount Rushmore of the sport and I want that head, and it’s personal for what he did with Daniel Cormier. “Cormier was coming off back surgery, he’s a lot older, and he was limited,” Bhullar added. “I’m not doing anything else but training. I don’t have any other shows, I don’t have any other commitments. ONE: Bhullar warns ‘dirty Russian’ Malykhin ‘I’ll take your head’ “I’m healthy, I’m younger, and I was involved in every one of those training camps. That was personal, and I want to finish it off right for my guy, and for myself personally, I want to take that head.” Bhullar, who went 3-1 in the UFC before migrating to ONE, does not currently have a fight booked, but is expected to defend his title against undefeated Russian Anatoly Malykhin in the new year. Miocic, meanwhile, has not fought since he was knocked out by Francis Ngannou in March, and does not currently have a fight on the calendar.