Which of these dream boxing matches will come true in 2016?
Jeff Linkenbach Womens JerseyIf 2015 proved one thing, it's that miracles can happen in the cynical world of boxing - and if Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao finally got it on after years of wrangling, surely anything is possible? Yes. And no. Of the 10 fights on BBC Sport's 2015 wish list, three came off and one - Carl Frampton v Scott Quigg - was signed, sealed and is set to be delivered in 2016. But that still makes for a lot of broken dreams. BBC Sport looks at the global super-fights and domestic dust-ups that could happen in the next 12 months, while offering the following disclaimer: expect nothing, because boxing is madder than ever. Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder If Fury beats Wladimir Klitschko in their summer rematch - and it is still a big 'if', especially if Klitschko remembers to throw a few punches this time - the clamour for the Englishman to fight Deontay Wilder will continue to grow.DeMarco Murray Youth JerseyWith WBA and WBO champion Fury having ruled out a clash with the returning David Haye and Anthony Joshua at least 18 months away from a world title tilt, a unification bout with WBC champion Wilder would seem to make perfect sense. Boxing politics, however, is likely to nix it. Probability: 2 out of 5 Kell Brook v Amir Khan While Sheffield's Brook was establishing himself as one of the world's most dangerous welterweights, Bolton's Khan was busy wishing away some of the best years of his career. A dream fight against Floyd Mayweather never materialised, while Manny Pacquiao has overlooked Khan in favour of a third match with Timothy Bradley. Brook's promoter Eddie Hearn says he expects the long-awaited showdown between these bitter cross-Pennine rivals to take place at Wembley Stadium in June. It would be an even-money fight and has the makings of a classic. Gennady Golovkin v Saul Alvarezhttp://www.patriotsnflofficialonline.com/Bryan-Stork-JerseyGolovkin has long been considered one of the most dangerous men in boxing, it's just that he's had nobody to test his potential greatness against. But Mexican beast Alvarez would appear to be just the man. And what a fight it would be. Alvarez outpointed Puerto Rican legend Miguel Cotto to claim the WBC middleweight title in his last fight, while WBA and IBF title-holder Golovkin knocked out three more opponents in 2015, taking his tally to 31 in 34 fights. Expect both men to engage in tune-ups before settling in for talks.