Tyson Fury has said he will "100 per cent" return to the boxing ring and hinted he could face the winner of Oleksandr Usyk's rematch with Anthony Joshua in a unification bout.
The 33-year-old stated he would retire following his knockout of Dillian Whyte at Wembley in April, retaining his WBC heavyweight title, but has now seemingly backtracked by revealing he was planning for "something big" to happen.
However, those immediate plans do not involve either Usyk or Joshua, who clash once again in Saudi Arabia later this year, but he will be back in the ring towards the backend of 2022.
Asked by Queensbury Promotions whether he'd return to the ring, he said: "100 per cent. Just like in the movie when Jerry Maguire shouted 'Show Me The Money!'
"Me and Frank have something spectacular coming but it does not involve Usyk or Joshua, at this moment.
"I will make a decision on all this but I have only just fought three months ago. I would not be expected to fight until October, November, December anyway.
"But because I have said I am retiring everyone is on me. 'Are you really retired? Have a couple more fights' - every single day."
While Usyk and Joshua are not immediately on the horizon, Fury made it clear he would consider the bout but warned his participation would come at a heavy cost.
"What I would say to the people who want this fight to happen is: you better have a big cheque book," he added.
"Because to bring the big GK out of retirement to redeem this country - yet again - it's going to cost.
"I am a prize fighter and I do fight for prizes, but it is going to cost if you want me to do a mission on this middleweight and show what a real heavyweight does to them.
"And that will be expensive, they will need deep pockets and then we can talk."