Former WBC cruiserweight champion Tony Bellew has dropped another hint regarding a potential comeback as he called out newly-crowned WBC bridgerweight champion Lukasz Rozanski on Twitter.
Bellew retired after his eighth-round stoppage defeat to Oleksandr Usyk in November 2018.
The tweet read: “I think your in need of a fight that goes past 4 rounds @RozanskiBoxi. I’m bored and don’t see anything that suggests you can do it against me! What do you think?”.
Poland’s Rozanski is undefeated in 15 pro contests, 14 of which have ended inside the distance.
The 37 year old blasted through Croatian Alen Babic inside a round to claim the WBC’s ‘bridgerweight’ belt in April.
Former heavyweight world title challenger Artur Szpilka also fell victim to a first-round knockout against Rozanski in 2021.
Bellew admitted his struggles post-retirement when appearing on Channel 4’s ‘SAS: Who Dares wins’, and has previously hinted about a comeback when on punditry duty for DAZN.
The Liverpudlian name dropped Rozanski on air after Sunny Edwards’ recent IBF flyweight title defence against Andres Campos.