Unbeaten rivals Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg are being lined up for a blockbuster, multi-million pound showdown at an open air venue in June.
Frampton's manager Barry McGuigan says a number of venues are being looked at for one of the biggest showdowns in British boxing - including Ulster rugby's Kingspan Stadium and and Chelsea's Stamford Bridge.
QPR's Loftus Road has also been mentioned and that would be particularly poignant as this June it will be 30 years since that glorious night when McGuigan took the WBA World featherweight title from Eusebio Pedroza.
Following Frampton's sensational fifth round stoppage of American Chris Avalos on Saturday night at a packed Odyssey Arena, both the Belfast man and Quigg insisted they wanted the fight to happen immediately. Now comes the hard part as both camps seek to reach to an agreement over purse money.
"As long as nobody gets greedy the fight can be made. It's the fight we want, it's a huge fight and I believe it is one that be shown on terrestrial television, it doesn't have to be pay per view," said McGuigan.
"I think the fight can be a 30,000 seater. We could do it indoor at the MEN in Manchester which holds 20,000 or we could go outdoor at Queen's Park Rangers - that rings a bell. Our sponsor CWM sponsors Chelsea so Stamford Bridge is a possibility and we are not ruling out Ravenhill either. But the first thing we need is to get a deal done with Quigg."
Frampton was a huge hit on his ITV debut on Saturday night, producing a stunning performance to turn back the threat of mandatory challenger Avalos and now he is eager to clash with Quigg.
"Wherever they want the fight I'm happy to do it. The time is right now for the fight. It's been brewing for some time, we're both still unbeaten so let's do it," said Frampton. "I believe I'm the best super-bantamweight in the world and the hardest punching super-bantamweight in the world."
Meanwhile, former World flyweight champion Dave McAuley says Carl Frampton is now headed for the absolute pinnacle of world boxing.
McAuley was at ringside to witness Frampton emphatically retain his IBF World super-bantamweight title and was blown away by the Jackal's performance.
Indeed, McAuley can see no reason why Frampton cannot go down in the history of the sport as an all-time great, such is his potential on the back of the victory over Avalos.
"Before this fight I did have some little niggling doubts about Frampton at the very highest level but he has shown that he is the full package. He's got it all - he hits even harder than I thought, he has a rock solid chin and has great boxing ability," said McAuley.
"What he did to Avalos was incredible. Avalos is a very good fighter and coming into this fight I saw him as a real danger but Frampton just made him look ordinary - that's how good Frampton is and he's getting better.
"Frampton is without doubt at the top of the sport and he can become an all-time great - not just a great Irish fighter but a global star. All he needs is the opportunity to fight the likes of Guillermo Rigondeaux and Leo Santa Cruz, the WBA and WBC champions and then the Americans and the whole world will really wake up to his ability. He's an exceptional talent and I would back him to beat Rigo now."
Team Frampton, headed by manager Barry McGuigan, are now hoping that terrestrial broadcaster ITV will continue to show his big fights on the back of such an exciting first World title defence and McAuley cannot see why they would not stick with the Jackal.
"ITV have backed lesser fighters than Frampton in the past so I would be amazed after what they witnessed on Saturday night that they wouldn't keep showing him. He's a great guy, a great fighter and the support he has is phenomenal - what an atmosphere that was on Saturday night."