Eddie Hearn, promoter for undisputed lightweight champion Katie Taylor, will be focused on making a rematch with Amanda Serrana at Croke Park in Ireland.
Last Saturday night in London, the 36-year-old Taylor retained her titles with a dominant ten round unanimous decision over mandatory challenger Karen Elizabeth Carabajal.
Back in April, Taylor had to fight through fire to overcome Serrano with a close split decision at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Taylor, who turned pro in 2016, has been pushing Hearn to get her a hometown return - and she hopes it will come against Serrano.
"[It's] very much on the radar and I really think it must be next, we must bring her to Ireland," said Hearn to BBC Radio Ulster. "The first one sold out Madison Square Garden and was one of the best fights we have ever seen. I think a night of boxing like that at Croke Park would fill the place really quickly and would also bring through some emerging Irish talent.
"For years and years, no matter where I have been, every Irish man and woman has stopped me and said, 'when are you going to bring Katie Taylor to Ireland?'. It just wouldn't do her career justice if we didn't. Croke Park is a huge stadium but she is an icon of Irish sport. I think we can give Irish sport a day or night they will never, ever forget."
Hearn explains that he tried to make the rematch for last month, in Ireland, but Serrano was not going to be ready for the planned date.
A new target date has not been determined as of yet.
"I think September 15 or 17 this year was the date we were looking at doing it," Hearn said.
"Coming off the back of 30 April at Madison Square Garden, we wanted to try and turn it around quite quickly and get it done. It wasn't ready - the fight - because Serrano wasn't ready for that date, but now we move in 2023 we have kind of got - not a clear pick but certainly a pick of spring/summer.
"We are going to start up those conversations again. They were very positive and everyone was behind the event and we look forward to revisiting that. A lot of the conversations and work was already done. There is still a lot of work to do, but certainly getting through the process of getting things in order, the response was very positive."