Ricky Hatton is reportedly in line to come out of retirement and get back in the ring again later this year.
Boxer-turned-trainer, Hatton initially called time on his career in 2012 after a ninth-round loss to Vyacheslav Senchenko at the Manchester Arena in what was a comeback fight from retirement.
Now, it seems as though the British boxing legend is keen on a return to the sport in the form of an exhibition bout.
According to SunSport, Hatton will go toe-to-toe with Mexican boxing icon Marco Antonio Barrera. The pair are reportedly in advanced negotiations regarding the fight, but nothing has been officially finalised as of yet.
Hatton becomes the latest high profile name to come out of retirement, following in the footsteps of Mike Tyson, Roy Jones Jr, and Evander Holyfield.
Oscar De La Hoya was also set to return to boxing, but a battle with COVID-19 slowed that process down.