Carl Froch all but dismissed the idea of going 'over old ground' in a rematch with George Groves.
The WBC and IBF middleweight champion was on Ringside for the first time since his controversial win on November 23.
Groves has demanded a rematch after being stopped in the ninth round of their contest and promoter Eddie Hearn has even admitted he - as a fan - wants to see a second showdown.
But the final decision falls to 36-year-old Froch and he all but ruled it out.
"I defended my title against a mandatory. I beat an unbeaten fighter, a hungry, ambitious fighter who came to try and win the fight - and winning with a technical knockout in the ninth round is a great result," he said.
"Do I want to go over old ground? Not at the minute, no.
"I like to move forward in my career and the only old ground I like to go over again is for a defeat.
"It was nice to avenge the Mikkel Kessler defeat, it would be nice to avenge the Andre Ward defeat if that can possibly be made."
Promoter Hearn revealed he has been in America discussing possible fights with Ward, Gennady Golovkin and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.
Froch himself ruled out a match-up with former mandatory but now light-heavyweight star Adonis Stevenson, but although he knows there is still public demand to see him and Groves go at it again, he believes the interest is fading.
"It's a 50-50 split right now and the longer the time goes and the longer people watch the fight, opinions are changing a lot," he added.
"Like Eddie said, I have got a lot of options.
"I am going to enjoy a wonderful Christmas with my beautiful family, then I am going to make a decision - and I decide who I am going to fight.
"If I decide to fight again I am going to make the correct decision based on where I want to go forward.
"I will speak to Eddie, my trainer Rob McCracken and my family and then I will make the decision based on what I feel is right for me - and everyone else."