Kell Brook believes his domestic rival, Amir Khan, was looking for a "way out" when he was stopped back in April 2019 in the WBO world title fight against Terence Crawford at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Khan was hit with a low blow in the sixth round and indicated to the referee that he was unable to continue the fight, which gave Crawford a TKO win.
When Khan accepted that fight, he passed on the opportunity to face Brook in a highly anticipated grudge match in the UK. Brook has been trying to secure a fight with Khan for several years.
Now a year later, Brook is in line to fight Crawford - once boxing events are allowed to move forward. The sport is currently on hold as the entire world battles the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Brook has promised to go all-out against Crawford.
"I'll definitely fight like I'm going to win the fight, which I am," Brook told Sky Sports. "I'll give it my all, I won't be looking for no way out."
Brook snapped a 14-month layoff last month in Sheffield, when he battered and stopped Mark DeLuca.
Now Brook has several fights that he can pursue. One of them is a junior middleweight clash with former WBO champion Liam Smith, who was ringside at Brook's last bout.
But the Sheffield fighter would like to get his hands on Crawford, who some regarded as the best fighter in the sport.
"I'm fighting the best fighter in the division. Pound-for-pound No 1, everyone is saying Terence Crawford," said Brook.
"I said before I want to bow out, I want to fight the best in the world, so hopefully I get this fight, I can go and get it signed. I've got the dream fight."