The boxer was recently in the US with his brother and attended WWE event WrestleMania Backlash, where he got to meet WWE Chairman Vince McMahon and a host of Superstars including Ric Flair.
Appearing on The Lowdown, Tommy was asked about his time backstage at WWE and if McMahon was potentially looking at bringing him in.
"Hopefully that's what they were thinking because after boxing, I'm definitely gonna give it a go," Tommy said.
"Wrestling has always been a number one sport of mine, I've always loved it as every kid does. I walked in there, we were backstage, we saw them all off camera, on camera, we were right next to the ring.
"So literally, that experience for me was probably up there in my top three experiences. I've always wanted to do that, and now I've done that, it is just amazing.
"Sitting here now thinking I've shook hands with Vince McMahon and all these other wrestlers, watching them as a kid, it's a crazy feeling and 22 or not, you'll never get over that."
Speaking about whether wrestling would be his next move once his boxing career ends, Tommy said: "Oh yeah! Million percent. Million, million, million, trillion percent.
"That wrestling game is a lot of fun. Don't get me wrong – they're big men and you can get injured in there, it's no game. They're super athletic and it's right up my alley.
"Not looking too far ahead, but I would definitely give WWE a run for its money, 100%."
Meanwhile, former WWE Champion Drew McIntyre recently joked that Tommy's brother Tyson is "stalking" him, in the hope that the two will one day have a match at a huge UK WWE event.
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