Former world champion Carl Froch walked away from boxing on a very high note, when he knocked out out George Groves in 2014 rematch before a crowd of 80,000 fans at Wembley Stadium in London.
Froch now works as a broadcast analyst for major boxing events that are showcased by Sky Sports.
One of the fighters who was trying to get Froch to come out of retirement was Gennady Golovkin.
The two sides were never able to reach an agreement and Froch remained in retirement.
Froch feels confident that he would have been too much for Golovkin - and Mexican superstar Saul "Canelo" Alvarez.
"Too big, too strong," Froch said on his podcast, according to The Mirror.
"Jokes aside, when I watched Canelo fight Kovalev I just wasn't impressed. I thought it was close, but I thought he was losing. At that weight he's slower. He reminded me of Arthur Abraham when I fought Abraham.
"I just kept him long with a jab, met him with combinations, and absolutely hammered him for 12 rounds. It was a flawless victory. I feel like I would have been able to do that to Canelo when he fought Kovalev, that version of Canelo."
And regarding Golovkin, Froch is just as confident that he would handle him as well.
"I'd have been too much for him. I met him and he's 5ft 9in or 5ft 10in. When I meet someone and shaking their hand, and looking in their eyes," Froch said.
“I might be wrong, but me as a fighter and the warrior I was when I was fighting. I was shaping and sizing him up, thinking, 'If I ever fight you, no problem, end of the jab, walk you into some shots, I'd be too much for you.'
"He went 11 rounds with Martin Murray. At that sort of level, you're not going to give me a problem.”