Super flyweight world champions Juan Francisco 'Gallo' Estrada and Roman 'Chocolatito' Gonzalez are ready for a rematch in 2021, as long as the money meets their expectations.
A unification battle is what they are looking for, to put aside any doubts about who is the best fighter at the weight.
On Friday night in the Mexican capital, both champions ended up with their hands raised.
Estrada got off the canvas to score a knock of Carlos Cuadras in eleven rounds, and Gonzalez won a twelve round unanimous decision over Israel Gonzalez.
"I felt very good, thanking God for giving me strength. Being in Mexico was a very beautiful experience. I'm thankful to God because we are in good health. We know that everyone is waiting for the fight between Gallo and myself. We hope that it takes place next year. And first of all, congratulations (to Estrada), good job," said Gonzalez, according to ESPN Deportes.
Estrada returned the kind words in kind.
"I want to congratulate (Chocolatito) too, a great job. All of the people are waiting for the fight and hopefully it will happen next year. God first. We both won, which is what we wanted, what the people wanted. We both gave a great show and I think we deserve that fight. I do want (the rematch), we are going to wait for the promoters... they will tell us how much we'll be paid and the fight is made," Estrada said.
Early talks indicate a date in March, April or May for the rematch.
A second fight comes more than eight years after the confrontation they had in November 2012 at junior flyweight, where Gonzalez won a twelve round decision.
Both boxers will look to obtain seven figure paydays in a second fight.