The eccentric two-time world champion has even phoned fellow golden oldie Nigel Benn to offer a rematch and would love to box on the same bill as his son Christopher Jnr.
Eubank Snr, 45, last fought in 1998 — when he was beaten by Carl Thompson in Sheffield — but is now a stone LIGHTER at 12st 7lb.
He declared: “I’m a light-heavyweight now and when I look at 47-year-old Bernard Hopkins I think, ‘If he can do it, why can’t I?’
“To get back into the gym? Wow. To be hit again, to be hit in the chest, to be able to withstand a shot to the face, that is a dream for me, it is my fantasy.
“I was even talking to Nigel Benn and I said: ‘Come on kid, we’ve got to get it back on’.
“It would be a fantasy for me to actually box again, especially on the same bill as my son.”
Christopher Junior is now four fights into a very promising pro career and watching the youngster in action has given his dad the urge to return.
Eubank won the WBO middleweight title by stopping Benn back in 1990.
The pair then drew in the rematch at Old Trafford three years later. Eubank said: “First I would needed public backing. I would never want to do anything to compromise the respect I seem to have as a boxer.”
Eubank also lifted the lid on a top-secret adoption plan which turned his son from a hopeless street brawler to a potential world champion.