Tony Bellew has admitted that he is considering retiring from boxing.
The Liverpudlian heavyweight has confessed that he sees his victory over David Haye on May 5 as the perfect note to end his career on, but did not rule out further fights.
"Last Saturday [May 5] was perhaps the ideal way to get out of the sport with all my senses fully working. I've won the world title at Goodison Park then gone on to defeat a legend of British boxing twice on the row," he told Boxing News in the wake of his second win over Haye.
"That is the fairytale ending for a boxer to go out on, but I'm a fighter, and despite how low it can make you feel at times, I do love the sport. I'm going to have to weigh a lot of things up, but I know whatever decision I make, it'll be the right one for me and my family."
Bellew previously admitted that he would be interested in facing Tyson Fury in the ring in the near future.