Former two division champion Sergio Martinez, 45-years-old, does not rule out the possibility of one day going after a world title.
But all of that will depend on what he's capable of doing in his comeback fight, and then a few more solid contests.
Martinez will snap a six year retirement when he returns to the ring on August 21, facing José Miguel Fandino in a contest taking place in Cantabria, Spain.
Because of the current COVID-19 restrictions and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Martinez doubts that he'll be able to get a second fight in 2020.
"When I was 43 years old, I said it jokingly, that I would come back to boxing when they told me I wasn't going to be able to. Two years went by and here I am, so it's a challenge and here I am. Facing a boxer younger than me.... everyone is younger than me. I chose Fandino, he is two years older than Chávez Jr, and I don't I see Fandiño as old.... it is something that makes me tense and that's something I like, I like the challenge," Martinez said.
And regarding the possibility of fighting again for a world championship, Martinez does have some interest.
"If there is a world title in my life, it will be when I'm over 46-years-old, I cannot rule it out. There is a promise from WBA president [Gilberto Mendoza], that if I have three good fights - the fourth is a title fight against [WBA "regular" middleweight] Ryota Murata," Martinez said.
"Right now I have to think about August 21, if I do things right then on August 22 the phone will ring. If I don't do it right, then I will thank everyone and find myself a television series to act on. Let's see if I have the ability to do it, I will try with all of the desire in the world. What I want least is to get hit, and if I can do it with the movement of my legs.... it will be an unknown after six years, let's see how I respond."