Heavyweight contender David Allen would love a showdown with Olympic bronze medal winner David Price.
Last Saturday night at the O2 Arena in London, Allen picked up the biggest win of his career with a third round knockout of former WBA "regular" champion Lucas Browne.
According to Allen, there has already been an offer presented to Price for the contest - and Allen is really hoping that he accepts the bout.
Although Allen admits that Price, should he lose, will likely have to retire from the sport.
"David Price, I believe, is looking likely to be next," Allen told Sky Sports. "If he loses to me, he'll have to retire, so he'll have to think twice about it, but I think it's the biggest fight at domestic level.
"I believe he's the perfect fighter for me. Right now, he's made for me. I'm not really selling it to him, but it's a perfect fight for me."
And Allen even sent a direct message to Price - "I have all the respect in the world for what you've achieved and how you keep coming back, but I would love the fight. I would love the chance to fight him."
If the fight gets finalized, Allen views himself as the favorite, and he believes the contest will be over in four rounds - with someone going to sleep.
"I'm the favorite in the fight. Let's look at our last few fights, I'm on a four-win streak," Allen said.
"I've beat a former world heavyweight champion, an unbeaten fighter in the Argentinean, Nebo. I'm the favorite. I'm young and I'm hungry, I'm fresh.
"It's a four-round shootout I believe, and it will be exciting. I'm the biggest fight for him out there. The winner out of me and him is one fight away from a world title fight."