Eddie Hearn wants fighter Gennadiy Golovkin to commit to a plan to become undisputed middleweight champion.
Golovkin last fought Kamil Szeremeta in December, and the 39-year-old Kazak likely only has one or two more years before he faces retirement.
Hearn suggested that Golovkin needed to hurry up and make a Demetrius Andrade fight.
“I work with him but I almost called out Gennadiy Golovkin,” he said on the DAZN Boxing Show.
“Golovkin is a big favourite in my opinion to beat Demetrius Andrade in a fight. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a really tough fight but Gennady is 100% the favourite in that fight. Now if Golovkin is looking at a [Ryota] Murata fight in December - we’re in April.
“I would like to see Gennadiy Golovkin fight Demetrius Andrade, unify, then fight Murata.
"Unify, then you can have an undisputed fight with Golovkin and [Jermall] Charlo. That's what I believe Golovkin should do.”