Yes, he's got the world title but he has to think carefully about his next opponent and ask 'are there any big fights out there for me?'
He can't fight everybody and anybody because there are people out there who can beat him. That doesn't mean they're better than him, it means they're faster, sharper and younger than him. A lot of fighters, when they reach a certain age, get caught out by less-talented but younger fighters.
So he has to be smart about what he does next and the legacy he wants to create.
There is talk Nathan Cleverly, the WBO light-heavyweight champion, could face him but, if I was Hopkins, I wouldn't want that fight.
From the UK fans' point of view, then it's a great match-up. And if Hopkins feels he can beat the Welshman than good on him.
But, in my opinion, Cleverly is too busy and too fast for Hopkins. Look at how Joe Calzaghe beat Hopkins - Cleverly would be similar; he'd be too quick, his work rate would be too high and his intensity too much for the American.