Key answers from The Spartan's Sherdog interview. I'd love to see him competing in the UFC. I think he's Top 5 material Sherdog.com: Considering all you have accomplished in Bellator, do you have any thoughts about moving to other promotions or about retiring at a young age? Koreshkov: I have not considered retiring. I’m only 29 years old, and a lot of fighters who are over 40 have had success. Take, for example, Yoel Romero, who I’ve spoken about. It’s too early for me to retire. In addition, I would like to win as many championships as possible. That’s why, yes, I’m increasingly thinking about moving to other promotions. Sherdog.com: Have you, like most fighters, dreamed about competing in the UFC? Koreshkov: I’ve never dreamed of it, although it would be interesting for me to fight with many guys from the UFC welterweight division. Bellator is by no means worse than the UFC, which is why many top UFC fighters moved to Bellator: Benson Henderson, Rory MacDonald, Gegard Mousasi and Lorenz Larkin, who was No. 6 in the UFC rankings and left the organization after a brilliant victory over Neil Magny. Remember, Magny has defeated first-class fighters like Kelvin Gastelum and Hector Lombard. There are also examples of UFC veterans losing their first fights in Bellator. I beat Benson Henderson, and Lorenz Larkin and Rory MacDonald lost to Douglas Lima. After the next two fights, my contract with Bellator will be completed. I’ll wait from offers from other promotions and choose the one that is most lucrative. I definitely won’t go to the UFC on bad terms. Of course, fame is important for any fighter, but you can’t put too much importance on it.