Jeff Horn says the only reason he would entertain a fight with Anthony Mundine is because of the massive payday it would bring him.
This comes after Mundine called out Horn for a fight, saying he would be too strong and to fast for the 'Hornet.'
However, Horn told Triple M's Dead Set Legends, the decision to fight Mundine would purely be based on the money he could earn.
"Mundine's kind of past it. I thought he was retiring after his fight with Danny Green," Horn said.
"But yeah he is a big pay day and that's the one thing that makes the fight interesting to me, if I get paid well for a fight that's going to be easier than the other fights that I have.
"That's the only potential I have at the moment in fighting him."
Before any concrete idea of a 'super fight' with Mundine, Horn has to navigate past British boxer Gary Corcoran, a tricky opponent for the Hornet.
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Listen to the full interview below: