Manny Pacquiao believes Floyd Mayweather's meeting in 2019 is a "great chance".
At the age of 39, he spoke in Oxford, where he said he could have two more fights before retirement, and this could be a long-term opponent in Las Vegas in 2015.
Pacquiao will go to Adrien Broner in January, and Mayweather will convene his next invitation on Monday on Monday with the Japanese kickboxing player Tenshin Nasikawa on the eve of New Year's Eve – last year UFC star Conor McGregor won 0.
"Floyd has a great chance to return to boxing," said Pacquiao in the Sky Sports statement.
"He fights in December, and I am fighting in January, and next year we will discuss the meeting again.
"My point is to make a definite decision about who will meet again and who will win, because it is not clear who will win the last fight, because he has not missed many riddles and he has won the fight.
"I had a shoulder injury … but this time, if there is a repeat match, there is no justification, there is no alibi."