Ex-Leicester ace Marcin Wasilewski has chosen to swap titles and become a cage fighter.
The Premier League winner spent four seasons with the Foxes, and played in the club's epic 2015-16 campaign.
Wasilewski, 40, retired from football earlier this month after three years with Wisla Krakow.
The Centre-back is a longtime mixed martial arts fan, and has attended numerous bouts in Poland.
He has now been tipped to fight fellow footballer, ex-Bolton and Hearts defender Blazej Augustyn.
Polish fight promoter Mateusz Borek said: “I know Marcin's sporting career is not yet over.
“I think one of the MMA organisations will convince him to enter the cage. I know that this has always been Marcin's dream.
“People have said it would be a good fight between him and Blazej Augustyn.”
Borek added: “I have respect for his entire career, and the way he overcame his fate.
“To rise up again after what an opponent did to him in the Belgian league deserves a world title.”
The Krakow-born helped Leicester win the Championship title in 2014.
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