Tony Bellew has reveal he just wants to get into the ring three more times before he calls it quits.
Bellew is going on a vacation to decide his future with his family and could call time on his career before ever gracing the ring again.
The former WBC cruiserweight champion, who was named emeritus champion this week, after giving up his belt is in line to fight for a heavyweight belt.
“Listen, I might never fight again, that’s the absolute fact of the matter,” Bellew exclusively told Sky Sports.
“I’m going to go away for a little break with my family and when I get back I’ll have news. I’m going to take a little bit of time to reflect on everything that has happened.
“I’m going to go on holiday and we’re going to see how it goes when I get back. I’ll know exactly what path I’m going to go down and what I’m going to do.”
Asked for a maximum number of fights, Bellew said: “Three, because I’ll win the heavyweight championship and I would need two fights to unify the cruiserweight championship, so that’s why.”