Heavyweight legend Lennox Lewis has revealed that he is in talks to come out of retirement in order to challenge a Klitschko brother for a world title.
The 48-year-old - the former undisputed king of the division - was reportedly offered $50m (£31.3m) over the weekend, but has told promoters that they will have to double that offer for him to put the gloves back on.
"[$100m] is my price tag and it is under discussion," the Daily Mail quotes Lewis as saying.
"I have told them I can be ready in six months and I am in provisional training. I am already under 300lb (around 50lb shy of his fighting weight)."
Lewis finished his career in 2003 with a 41-2-1 record, with his last victory coming over Vitali Klitschko.
However, the ruling was a technical decision in the sixth round after the Ukrainian suffered a cut.