Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer told Ringside a few months ago that he wants to bring the best American fighters over to Britain to fight - and I believe him.
Schaefer and some of the other major US promoters are cottoning on to how passionate us Brits are about our boxing and the men that set foot in the ring, and realising that there is plenty of money to be made on this side of the Atlantic.
We prove our passion weekly on the terraces at football matches and at PDC darts events, while there is always plenty of excitement when big franchises from the NBA and NFL come over to England to play games, too.
But big fight nights are something else; I've been to shows in New Jersey, New York and Las Vegas, but the atmosphere over there is nothing compared to what we get in England when the best fans in the world, most of whom are colourful and some of whom are crazy, are in attendance.
Brits have a genuine affection for fighters - no-one supports Mike Tyson like we do, no-one supports Floyd Mayweather like we do - and will shell out their hard-earned cash to watch them fight anywhere, but even more so if they are on our doorstep.
Boxing has been starved of some enormous fights recently - Mayweather versus Manny Pacquiao is the one that immediately springs to mind - because politics is having more influence than ever in the sport.
But in Britain we have been particularly famished, with world title fights and big names facing off too infrequently here, and without Carl Froch's matches that number would have dropped even more dramatically.
However, I get the sense that things will soon change.