Kell Brook and his promotional team are not ruling out any fight after the welterweight’s blistering win over Vyacheslav Senchenko last weekend.
At a bouncing Motorpoint Arena, Brook stopped Ukrainian Senchenko in four rounds and decked him twice along the way.
Brook was not punch-perfect though and was mildly wobbled before he recovered to stop the conqueror of a faded Ricky Hatton last year.
A world title fight is long overdue but it may not materialise next with Matchroom promoter Eddie Hearn keen to explore all options ahead of organising a fight with IBF ruler Devon Alexander.
A domestic showdown with Amir Khan is clamoured for, but Khan is yet to fully commit to Kell’s settled division of welterweight.
Rising American Adrien Broner is another fighter being considered but Kell would likely have to travel.
“Obviously everybody wants the fight between Kell and Khan, Broner’s a fight we’d love to get over as well,” said Brook’s promoter Hearn.
“We want to become champion of the world, Kell deserves to be a world champion and he’s going to get there. Nothing’s going to hold him back.”
Unbeaten city professionals Adam Etches, Scott Jenkins and Sam O’maison also won by stoppage on the show.