Adrian Peterson decided to stick with Levon Bell, and he wants to play again

Adrian Peterson still wants to play in the NFL after fighting Le’Veon Bell in the boxing ring.

Peterson, a four-time All-Pro action figure, will compete to face the All-Pro back team twice Saturday night at the Arena in Los Angeles. It will be the first boxing match for the former NFL stars.

The 37-year-old Peterson played for Tennessee and Seattle last season while Bale spent time with Baltimore and Tampa Bay. Peterson is fifth on the all-time list with a 14,918 dash and fourth with 120 touchdowns.

“You’re still chasing that tournament, and you only get the chance to do it once in a lifetime,” Peterson told the AP Pro Football Podcast. “If I can keep playing and get to 15 or 16, why not? Fifteen years from now, I’ll be sitting back and remembering the opportunity I had and the players I played against. I know I have the potential to get out there and still play at a high level. So that’s something I’d like, to keep playing.”

Peterson made seven Pro Bowls and was the 2012 Associated Press NFL MVP during his 10 years with the Vikings. Since leaving Minnesota, he has played for six other teams, including Arizona, New Orleans, Washington and Detroit.

“It was a blessing,” Peterson said of his trip around the league. “I’ve made some great relationships, been able to explore some of the great cities, the culture there, and see how the different organizations move and how they run the show. I’ve played with Drew Brees. I’ve played with Russell Wilson, I’ve played with Larry Fitzgerald, some quarterbacks, and incredibly great players. General. It was a blast.”

Now Peterson is ready for a different challenge.