LA Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant has been chilling out with Floyd Mayweather, and asked the unbeaten boxing champion the question on the lips of everyone: who out there is left for him to fight?
Mayweather recorded the most recent victory of his 17-year year professional career with a points victory over Saúl Álvarez on September 14, and his record now stands at a scarcely believable 45-0.
The 36-year-old, as of yet, does not have another opponent lined-up, although there are some suggestions Mayweather could book a bout with British boxer and two-time world champion Amir Khan.
What still looks unlikely, however, is the fight all fans want to see - one with Manny Pacquiáo - and Mayweather has now been pushed by Bryant for the identity of the next man he will face.
Mayweather, though, in classic defensive style was able to weave the question from Bryant and not provide an answer with regards to who awaits when he returns to the ring.
Bryant, meanwhile, is still continuing the his recovery from a torn Achilles he suffered playing for the Lakers against Golden State in April.
The 35-year-old NBA legend has not played since that day, but is edging closer to a return for the new season.