Heavyweight veteran Derek Chisora would embrace the opportunity to face former world champion Deontay Wilder.
Eddie Hearn, promoter of Chisora, believes his boxer would be the perfect opponent for Wilder's comeback.
Wilder has been stopped in his last two ring outings - which includes his Fight of The Year knockout loss to Tyson Fury last October.
Chisora has lost his last three outings - a decision loss to Oleksandr Usyk, and a pair of points defeats to Joseph Parker.
During his rematch with Parker, which took place last month, Chisora took a lot of punishment and suffered three knockdowns.
Wilder is looking to return to the ring in the coming months - and his handlers will be searching for a perfect dance partner.
Chisora's trainer, Dave Coldwell, has made it very clear that he's personally not on board with his boxer facing Wilder in the near future. He would like to see the 38-year-old boxer fight a softer touch or two.
However, Chisora is never one to back away from any challenge and has no issue with facing Wilder or anyone else in his planned ring return.
“I’m open to anything. I love fighting; what most people don’t understand is some people want to have the perception of being boxers on Instagram," Chisora told Talk Sport.
“I’m not that guy. I want to be that guy that when I sit down and everybody looks at my resume, I want to say, ‘You know what, I fought everybody in my era.’
“I don’t want to let people decide for me, I decide for myself and be happy with the decision I make. So if I have to fight Deontay Wilder, if I have to fight whoever, if I have to fight an American, I don’t care, I will fight.”