Manny Pacquiao has revealed four possible opponents for his final fight – and none of them are Floyd Mayweather Jr.
The Filipino has already confirmed he will retire from boxing after one more fight on April 9 to run for the senate in his home country.
Last month, he said he was still negotiating a possible rematch with Mayweather, who defeated him back in May, but that now appears to be off the table.
"We have Amir Khan, Danny Garcia, Terrence Crawford or Timothy Bradley," Pacquiao told Emirates 24/7.
"But I don't know yet, a lot of names have been given to me by my promoter Bob Arum. We are yet to finalise anything."
Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum has dismissed reports suggesting a deal to fight Khan had already been done, though he does remain an option.
"I've not talked to Bob Arum yet, but it's possible. Of course if there is no problem about the negotiation then why not," he said.