European light-heavyweight champion Nathan Cleverly could box German Karo Murat in eliminator for a tilt at WBO champ Jurgen Braehmer.
Both men are unbeaten - 26-year-old Iraq-born Murat is 22-0; 23-year-old Welsh mathematics undergraduate Cleverly is 19-0 and has been on a relentless march to the top, impressing in picking up not just the EBU strap but also the British and Commonwealth belts on the way to boot.
Murat, a former holder of the European super-middleweight title, won the vacant WBO inter-continental light-heavyweight bauble against Sergey Demchenko last August. Two successful defences have seen him to a number two rating with the body whilst Cleverly stands at number three (for anyone who's interested, Bernard Hopkins is number one).
The venue is often a sticking point in matches of this nature. Cleverly has only boxed out of the UK once - an April 2008 lopsided points win on the Las Vegas undercard of the aforementioned Hopkins v Joe Calzaghe bout. Murat, although he has boxed beyond German borders several times, is still a home bird.
It would be one to look forward to for Welsh fans in particular as it would also offer a chance for stablemate and fellow countryman Enzo Maccarinelli to defend the European cruiserweight title he won in very quick and surprising fashion in Russia last month.