Veteran trainer Manny Robles has no idea if he's being replaced by former unified heavyweight world champion Andy Ruiz.
Last month, Ruiz was more or less dominated over twelve rounds in his rematch with Anthony Joshua in Saudi Arabia.
After that loss, Ruiz admitted that he partied and didn't train for two months in the aftermath of his shocking stoppage of Joshua in June.
Due to his decision to party instead of train, Ruiz entered the rematch in poor shape and was unable to get off with his punches or cut off the ring.
Since the loss, Robles has barely heard from Ruiz and has no idea if they are going to work together in the future.
"I don't know [if we'll continue working together]. That's for Andy to decide," Robles told Sky Sports.
"I want to say [our relationship] is still good. He has gone on vacation and everything seems to be fine. We'll find out in the near future. At some point, we will speak. If and when he's ready to come back to the gym, that's when my job begins. My job is not to call him every day. He's a man, not a kid, and must be treated as such. You can't convince someone to want something.
"The fame and money has been overwhelming for Andy. He's got to know how to handle it. Maybe after this defeat, the game has humbled him. Stay humble or be humbled. The first three months after beating Joshua on June 1, I had very little communication with him. I was in the gym but he was at home, doing his own thing. I wasn't able to see him or really talk to him.
"I was disappointed by everything leading up to the result [of the rematch]. The preparation. Fights are won in the gym and, when you don't go into a fight at 100 percent this is what you get. It was a lack of time in the gym, too many distractions, and not being focused like I expected him to be. So this is the result that you get. He wasn't prepared for this type of success, fame or money so it could be overwhelming."