Dmitriy Salita, promoter for three division world champion Claressa Shields, is very open to the idea of putting together a deal for a rematch with Savannah Marshall.
Last year, Shields got revenge with a tough ten round decision win over Marshall in their undisputed middleweight clash. Marshall held a win over Shields when they were amateurs.
Marshall bounced back earlier this year, when she picked up a decision win over Franchon Crews-Dezurn to become the undisputed world champion at super middleweight.
Both Marshall and Shields have signed on with MMA organization PFL - which creates a scenario where the rematch can take place in boxing or MMA.
"There are few rivalries that exist in boxing that are as genuine as Claressa and Savannah," Salita told Sky Sports.
"We are exploring next year. Our goal has always been to make the biggest and the best fights for the sport of boxing, and particularly women's boxing to grow it wider and bigger.
"Both have had wins after their epic battle and their story continues with a rematch being something we are open to exploring."
Marshall wants the fight with Shields in boxing or MMA.
"I'm always going to be chasing that fight. The reason I want the rematch is revenge for that loss but also there's not many fighters out there for me and these higher weights," Marshall said.
Marshall is currently rehabbing a hand injury that will keep her out of action until March 2024.
Because she was unable to make a WBC mandatory defense, Marshall became the 'champion in recess.'
Next month, mandatory challenger Shadasia Green will fight Crews-Dezurn for the vacant WBC belt. Marshall will get first crack at the winner when she returns.