Heavyweight contender Luis Ortiz still has nothing on the horizon. He knows he's coming back in July, but he doesn't know his opponent's name.
Because of that, his coach Germán Caicedo keeps him ready, waiting for someone willing to take a look at King Kong.
Caicedo has seen how Ortiz evolved over time to become a big risk - despite his two knockout losses to Deontay Wilder. At the moment, nobody is running to face the dangerous Cuban.
For a time there was talk of a clash against Andy Ruiz, but Ruiz wants to have a tune-up fight before facing someone like Ortiz - who says he doesn't need any tuneup to fight Ruiz.
"It's two fighting styles, they both come to fight. Mexico v Cuba, two countries with a history in sport. Ruiz beat [Anthony] Joshua. We were sure that if we fought Joshua we were going to do the same, too. People want to see how they'd both do in the same ring. They're two good heavyweights," Caicedo told George Ebro.
"Everyone sees Ortiz as a problem. He's tall, left-handed, and has good boxing. I knew this was going to be a problem with the best when Luis reached a higher level. That was explained to me by the great Angelo Dundee, who was my teacher. He said: if there is a left-hander and a right-hander, even if the right-hander is stronger and better, he will try to avoid the left-hander. And Luis is very uncomfortable to face because he can punch, he knows how to fight, and he has technique.
"Any other promoter in the world would give up, as Oscar de la Hoya did, who gave up [on Ortiz]. But Al Haymon doesn't throw in the towel and I don't think he'll stop believing in Luis. I'm sure he'll put good fights in front of Luis.
"We have two fights. We have a date for July and then between November and December. And we'll keep it that way until he decides to retire. He feels strong, refreshed. In the fight against Wilder he understood what a camp with all the irons means... with a good diet, with vitamins. He's been left with good routines even if we're not in camp. That will allow you to decrease aging. Luis is more dangerous now than before.''