Liam Smith named three opponents he would be ready to fight next, with Anfield as the venue.
Smith defeated Chris Eubank Jr. on Saturday night in Manchester, delivering a fourth round stoppage in order to claim victory.
Eubank Jr. has a rematch clause that he can choose to exercise, and the second fight is something Smith might entertain, but he has other titles in mind, too.
“I think the GGG [Gennadiy Golovkin] battle can be made, ” Smith told Sky Sports .
Gennadiy Golovkin is an unified champ at middleweight, and the Kazakh could be ready to fight again after he took upon Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez last year, losing the particular trilogy time, on that will occasion at super middleweight.
“I’ve also agreed I’ll accept the rematch if Chris wants it, because that was put in [the contract] beforehand. I’d love the rematch at Anfield.
“I’ve beat Chris Eubank, it’s not like I’ve lost and I have to try to rebuild or retire. I’m back in the mix again and I’m going to be getting linked with everyone now. ”
Another option would certainly be to take on Kell Brook, who scored a convicing win over Amir Khan within 2022, and could be tempted back into the ring for another high profile, all-British fight.
Jones added: “I’ve seen Kell wants in order to come back out of retirement. That’s the huge combat again, so I’m just sitting pretty in a good place.
“I don’t mean to sound big headed with this, yet when you put me there after this, it sells well anyway regardless.
“People get on the train, people want another night time like that. Once my name pops back up in Anfield, I think, especially the Scouse fans simply want a bill from Anfield.
“We’ve had the particular Goodison Park show, We think we’re desperate with regard to a show with Anfield.
“It’s a big dream and it can be the possibility. ”