If he does come back, he should have to refight every still-active boxer he beat prior to his suspension, with Miguel Cotto being his last do-over. Not the most lucrative way for a fighter to spend his peak earning/performance years, but that should be the breaks when you bring two concealed weapons to a fist fight for who knows how many times.
Saturday night boxing ramble
Antonio Margarito has resurfaced in the boxing press, having kept his head down for most of his suspension from the sport for getting caught with loaded hand wraps in January. His first chance to have his boxing license reinstated is in a few months -- I guess the thinking is that he could/should start beating the bushes for a return fight. A curious idea, considering his ban was open-ended -- he may never be licensed again, he just gets a chance to reapply in January -- but I guess that's professional boxing for you.