The heavyweight division is currently on fire with some of the recent fights like Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua vs. Andy Ruiz.
There is a battle of unbeatens coming up in April, when rising heavyweights Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce collide in the ring.
And another heavyweight clash being bandied about, is a showdown between former unified champion Andy Ruiz and Cuban banger Luis Ortiz.
Both Ruiz and Ortiz are promoted by the Premier Boxing Champions banner.
Ruiz currently has no head trainer, after parting ways with Manny Robles.
Robles had trained Ruiz for both of his fights with Anthony Joshua.
He believes the contest would very good and he would expect Ruiz, if properly trained and motivated, to do very well in the fight.
"It would be an interesting fight and we'd have to see how Andy adapts to Ortiz's left-handed and highly technical style,'" said Robles to George Ebro. "But don't let people think it was a matter of luck for Ruiz to get that win over Joshua in the first fight. Andy is a very complete fighter, who adapts very well to the situation.''
World Boxing Council President Mauricio Sulaiman is also a big fan of the contest, which would pit Mexico vs. Cuba.
"It would be a spectacular fight that would generate a lot of interest," said Sulaiman. "We're talking about two of the big heavyweights of the moment, men who've been on big stages and in big fights. Why not?''