Carl Froch says he is '50/50' on whether to retire from boxing
Double world champion Carl Froch says he is completely undecided as to whether he will fight again.
The 36-year-old retained his IBF and WBA super-middleweight titles with a stunning eighth-round stoppage of George Groves in front of 80,000 fans at Wembley on Saturday.
And although Nottingham fighter Froch believes he has three or four fights left, he has not ruled out quitting.
"It's 50-50 as to whether I choose to retire," he told BBC Radio Nottingham.
"I will have three or four weeks off and have a nice summer with my beautiful kids and partner Rachel.
"I will then have a serious think and at the end of July and into August I will probably decide what I will do."
Froch said it is difficult to see him fighting again anywhere other than Las Vegas, although he is tempted by a homecoming bout in Nottingham.
"If I do choose to carry on boxing, the most enjoyable place to fight is in Nottingham," Froch said.
"I love fighting at home. I go from door to door in 10 minutes, the crowd is behind me and the arena is just a perfect size for a good boxing match - everyone can enjoy it no matter where they are sat.
"That is something I would like to do. If I could get the right opponent and have a homecoming I would like to do that.
"I am never going to top Wembley Stadium.
"I think it would probably be that I won't fight again or it will be a big option in Las Vegas. But, at the minute, I am not really giving it too much thought."