Former four division world champion Roy Jones Jr. is ready for more exhibition fights in the near future.
Back in November the 52-year-old Jones returned to the ring and fought to an eight round split draw with 54-year-old former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson, who retired from the sport in 2005.
Jones has interest in a boxing match with two MMA legends - Fedor Emelianenko and Anderson Silva.
A clash between Jones and Silva has been discussed for years, but it never came close to being a reality due to Silva's contract with the UFC.
He also wants to have a rematch with Tyson, but doubts a second fight will take place - especially with Tyson heading in the direction of a trilogy fight with Evander Holyfield.
Jones is currently in Russia to promote a series of boxing schools in the country.
Back in 2015, Jones became a Russian citizen with the blessing of by president Vladimir Putin.
At the moment, Jones is focusing on his role as a trainer, but he's very interested in fighting again for the right price.
The future Hall of Famer also revealed that he recently received an offer to face former world champion Glenn McCory in Dubai.
“I’m trying to be a trainer but obviously they want to see me in the role of a trainer as much as a boxer. So right now, I don’t know. If there’s a good offer, then I’ll take it, and if not, then I'll stay a trainer. I like it,” Jones said to RT.
“I don’t think I will have another fight with [Mike] Tyson. Now he’s getting ready to fight with Holyfield. I would like a fight with Anderson Silva or with MMA legend Fedor Emelianenko, that would be a great exhibition fight. We’ll see how it goes.
“I’ve retired, but if something good comes up… They called me about a fight with Glenn McCrory in Dubai. They pay big money there, so we’ll see what comes of it.”