Deontay Wilder has revealed he could retire after losing his trilogy fight with Tyson Fury.
Wilder failed to regain the WBC heavyweight title at the T-Mobile Arena, where he has knocked out by Briton Fury in October.
The 36-year-old American is mulling over whether a second defeat to Fury will be his last bout.
"It's mixed feelings, because ultimately I have accomplished all my goals in this sport," he told Kevin Hart on the Laugh Out Loud Network.
"I told my daughter when she was one that I'd be a champion and I'd be able to support her beyond her belief.
"I've done that. There's a lot of things that I've accomplished that I feel I [don't] have to prove to anyone, because I've already proven [myself].
"Should I push forward? Should I give it a go one more time? Or should I just retire and focus on the other things that I already have, other things that I want to get into?"
Fury is the only fighter to have beaten 'Bronze Bomber' Wilder and their first fight ended in a controversial split draw.