Tommy Fury has talked about what might be on the cards for his next fight after defeating Jake Paul by split decision last month.
Jake Paul said he wanted a rematch against Fury pretty much as soon as the first fight was over, but the speculation over Fury's next opponent goes beyond him.
Someone throwing their hat into the ring to by Fury's next opponent is Jake's brother Logan, who declared that he wanted to get revenge on the victorious boxer for winning.
Then of course there's the speculation that Tommy could end up fighting YouTuber KSI, who battled Logan Paul to a standstill and declared that he could 'destroy' Jake and Tommy in the ring.
The man himself has finally weighed in on what the future looks like after sitting down with the Soccer AM team to have a chat about his next opponent.
While he said he was completely fine to have a rematch, Fury suggested that perhaps Jake Paul wasn't so confident about having another go.
He said: "I'm down for the rematch, I'll fight him tomorrow so he's not an issue.
"Does he want it now? I'm not so sure. But even with that you know he was the one barking up the hill, I'm sitting on the top of that hill so it's my call."
The panel couldn't resist asking the question of who might be next to step into the ring with Fury and Tommy had some things to tease boxing fans with on that front.
The boxer suggested that work was being done on securing his next opponent right now as he said there were 'a lot of meetings going on this week about potential fights'.
He didn't name any names about who his camp might be discussing things with but asked the Soccer AM panel to believe him when he said his next bout would be against an opponent 'bigger than Jake Paul'.
Whether that's meant to tease us with a hyped-up rematch or a completely different opponent we'll just have to wait and see.
Tommy also weighed in on what was going on with his half-brother Tyson Fury after his fight with Oleksandr Usyk had been called off.
Clearly unhappy at the whole thing, Tyson called his would-be opponent a 's**thouse coward' so it's safe to say they're not on the best of terms right now.
Lifting the lid on what was going on behind the scenes, Tommy said his half-brother 'does not like Usyk at the minute' and said the reason the fight had been called off 'isn't down to Tyson at all'.
He was confident that they would end up fighting eventually, and slammed Usyk as 'a cruiserweight who can't do anything anyway'.