Eddie Hearn, promoter for IBF, IBO, WBA, WBO heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, is considering some very unique ideas when it comes to the location of the mandatory fight with Kubrat Pulev.
They were scheduled to fight last month at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, with the event being postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Joshua has been out of the ring since December in Saudi Arabia, where he outboxed Andy Ruiz over twelve rounds to reclaim the world titles.
Pulev is the mandatory challenger under the IBF. He was initially scheduled to fight Joshua back in 2017, but withdrew from the fight with a training camp injury.
Because of the money involved, Hearn believes it's close to impossible to stage this fight behind closed doors - which is how most events are being put together at the moment.
The contest is being targeted for dates in the fall, with the finalization depending on the location and venue.
Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions in many countries, Hearn is exploring alternative scenarios.
"Other ideas we have are 1,000 people somewhere strange and quirky," Hearn told the Evening Standard.
"I've got a few things up my sleeve. We're talking about castles, plush hotels, maybe even on a boat. Croatia have offered a coliseum, and that's beautiful. And we're still open to options and flexible. These are all things thinking outside of the box — it just depends what's allowed.
"By November, can we go to 16,000 people at the O2? Right now, we're handcuffed by the regulations."