Accrington boxer Luke Blackledge could be set for a huge showdown with Vijender Singh in India.
Blackledge successfully defended his Commonwealth super-middleweight title with a fifth round stoppage against Ishmael Tetteh at the Macron Stadium in Bolton last week.
Former amateur star Singh was also victorious on that card, and is now set for a homecoming fight in Delhi in July.
Blackledge has been listed as a potential opponent for Singh, and he insists he would be happy for that to happen.
“They’ve mentioned Vijender Singh in India and that would be a massive fight so they would have to pay me a lot to go over there,” he said.
“I’d like a big fight in the UK too and they’ve mentioned that I could possibly fight Jamie Cox as well.
“I wasn’t too happy with my performance against Tetteh.
“I had a bad neck injury as well but I don’t want to make excuses as I still went in there and did the business.
“He caught me with a few good shots and was a bit awkward and managed to smother some of my work.
“I caught him with a good shot on the side of the head and it was what we had been working on in the gym, but he did give me a few good rounds.”
The win for Blackledge means that he has now extended his professional record to 21 wins, two defeats and two draws, with seven of his victories inside the distance.