Middleweight contender Chris Eubank Jr. is looking ahead to several potential fights in the immediate future.

Eubank is back on the map after Saturday's dominating stoppage of Liam Smith in their rematch in Manchester.

The victory saved Eubank's career.

Back in January, Smith knocked him out in four rounds.

The rematch was a completely different fight, with Eubank controlling every round. He dropped Smith in the fourth, and again in the tenth. After the second knockdown, Eubank unleashed a barrage of punches to force the stoppage in the tenth.

Afterwards, he called for fights with Conor Benn and Kell Brook. Both fighters were ringside in Manchester to witness Eubank's win.

"There's some big names out there. I see a few of these guys in the crowd. I'm coming for you Conor, I'm coming for you Kell. I'm coming for you. Anybody else who wants it, we're going to put on a show for the fans," Eubank said.

Brook retired in 2022, but he's willing to return to the ring for the right fight. 

Eubank was scheduled to face Benn last October. Only a few days before the actual fight date, the event fell apart when it was revealed that Benn had tested positive for a banned substance.

Another boxer called out by Eubank, was former middleweight champion Gennadiy Golovkin. 

Golovkin has been out of the ring since suffering a decision loss in his trilogy fight with Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez in September of last year.

Eubank incorrectly cited Golovkin as a current world champion, but GGG vacated all three of his titles.

"I want to fight GGG. I don't know where he is right now, but wherever you are Gennady, you've been holding onto them belts for too long. I want to take one, so let's get that on if we can," Eubank said.