The Liverpool man continues to find himself linked with big fights across a multitude of different weight classes over the past year.
Bellew recently confirmed however that certain heavyweights like Deontay Wilder are just too big for him in terms of facing at heavyweight.
That pretty much rules out most of the top heavyweights, as the likes of Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury are even heavier than Wilder.
But Bellew isn’t ruling out a fight against one Andre Ward however.
If the American makes a return to the ring that has been suggested in recent times.
On Ward’s coach making him an offer, here was Bellew’s response on Twitter:
Lot of respect for this guy as a fighter and a man but he can’t beat me… I’m CERTAIN of that… A proper old school fighter and a modern day legend! It would be an honour to face him.. First things first though, I’m fighting for my life on May 5th against a Dangerous man! https://t.co/0VuASmR0DY
— Tony Bellew (@TonyBellew) February 9, 2018
The dangerous man who Bellew refers to is David Haye whom he rematches on May 5th at London’s 02 Arena.
The bout is scheduled to take place at heavyweight once again after an injury to Haye before Christmas caused the contest to be pushed back.