By Bill "Two Scoops" Emes

Promoter Tom Loeffler of K2 Promotions, who handles the career of WBA/IBO middleweight champion Gennady "GGG" Golovkin (33-0, 30KOs), is always looking to secure the biggest fight possible for his rising superstar.

In the last few weeks, Loeffler was attempted to get Golovkin in the ring with top super middleweight star Carl Froch of Nottingham. Golovkin was willing to move up to 168-pounds and also had no issue with facing Froch on UK soil.

Loeffler told last weekend that his recent attempts to contact Froch's promoter, Eddie Hearn, have been unsuccessful.

Having said that, Loeffler is moving forward and looking over the list of possibilities for Golovkin's return.

If Loeffler was interested in having Golovkin move up in weight to face Froch - would he also consider the possibility of a fight with another UK fighter promoted by Hearn, Olympic gold medal winner and current IBF super middleweight champion James DeGale (21-1, 14KOs)? 

Not exactly. Loeffler says his boxer is only interested in moving up to super middleweight if there is a major fight on the table, preferably a pay-per-view attraction.

"There is no question that James had a great performance [with Andre Dirrell]. He just won the title. And he's a great champion. But he's not on the same level, marketability wise, as Carl Froch. It just depends. It certainly wouldn't be a pay-per-view fight over here, Froch would be a pay-per-view fight in the states. So that's a big difference. Just like the Chavez fight, [Golovkin is] not going to go to 168 just to prove he can fight at 168. If it's a big fight, he will do it. And the same with 154, like Abel [Sanchez] said, if there is a big fight he'll move down," Loeffler told