Former two division world champion Billy Joe Saunders, 32-years-old, would consider a rematch with career rival Chris Eubank Jr. - if the money was right.
They collided back in 2014, with Saunders winning a close twelve round split decision to hand Eubank his first career defeat.
Saunders won the WBO middleweight title a year later, and then four years later picked up the WBO's super middleweight strap.
Back in May, Saunders suffered his first defeat as a pro when he was stopped by Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez in their 168-pound unification.
During the bout, Saunders suffered a fractured orbital bone that required surgery.
Since that bout, Saunders has been taking it easy and seems to be considering the scenario of retirement.
But to repay the fans, he would explore the possibility of facing Eubank under the right financial circumstances.
“Obviously the fans have been good to me, they’ve supported me along the way. I know it is a fan’s fight really, it’s not really a fight I would look or need to take," Saunders told Talk Sport.
“I’m financially secure, done it all, ticked all the boxes from Southern Area to two-weight world champion. So it’s a fight that would interest me if the money was right and I would do it more for the fans than anything. I’ve got kids now and I’ve secured their future, but put them on a path and give them a bit of time rather than gloves and a ring.”
In a recent interview, Eubank made it clear that Saunders was demanding too much money for such a fight.
Eubank, who next month returns against Sven Elbir, says Saunders wants £5 million to do the fight.
"The funny thing is he's not in a position to be demanding anything. He has no belt, he has no credibility in the sport after quitting against Canelo after saying he’d die before taking a knee in the ring," Eubank said.
"He lambasted Daniel Dubois after an eye injury, a real eye injury. There was nothing wrong with Saunders, he got a blackeye but there was no smashed orbital bone, there was no broken eye socket, there was no proof of that - that was all a sham. That's why he's been MIA for the last few months because of the shame in what he did. He has no credibility, he has no power in the sport so he can't be saying he wants £5m, he'll get what he’s given. I'm the A-side and once he understands that we can talk."