Daniel Dubois bids to continue his seemingly unstoppable journey to the top of the heavyweight division as he takes on Ebenezer Tetteh tonight.
The 22-year-old has won all 12 of his professional fights, stopping 11 of his opponents inside the distance, including domestic rival Nathan Gorman.
The Commonwealth title will be on the line against Tetteh who also brings an unbeaten record to the table, albeit it an untested one.
On the undercard, Nicola Adams defends her world title having been upgraded to full champion without stepping into the ring.
Here is everything you need to know about the fight…
When is the fight?
The fight is taking place tonight.
Where will the fight be held?
The fight will be held at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
What TV channel is the fight on?
The fight will be shown on BT Sport 1 with coverage starting at 7.30pm.
What time will the ring walks take place?
Dubois and Tetteh are expected to the ring at around 10.30pm.
Is there a live steam?
The fight can be streamed on the BT Sport website or app.
Who is on the undercard?
Nicola Adams vs Maria Salinas
Archie Sharp vs TBA
Denzel Bentley vs Kelcie Ball
Willy Hutchinson vs Borislav Zankov
Dennis McCann vs Georgi Georgiev
Jonathan Palata vs Chris Healey
Lewis Edmondson vs TBA
Sam Noakes vs TBA
Eithan James vs Fonz Alexander
Mohammad Bilal Ali vs Aleksandrs Birkenbergs
Daniel Dubois doesn’t care whether Ebenezer Tetteh’s any good or not — because he’s just going to seek him out and destroy him.
British heavyweight champion Dubois, 22, faces the Ghanaian for the vacant Commonwealth heavyweight title at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Friday.
And the 22-year-old is confident the fight will be another step towards his goal of becoming heavyweight world champion.
He said: “We’ll see on the night if it’s my toughest test yet.
“I haven’t studied videos of him really, I’m just approaching this fight with the mindset of ‘seek and destroy’ and come away with a victory, to perform to the best of my ability.
“The Commonwealth belt is another step in the right direction, it’s about proving myself and getting up the rankings.
“I’m carving out my legacy.
“My promoter, Frank Warren, has laid out a path for me.
“All I have to do is fight and knock over whoever those in front of me.
“Whenever we get there, we get there, but I’m going to create my legacy and make sure I become a legend in this sport before I leave.”
Dubois recognised with award
Daniel Dubois has been named the Young Boxer of the Year by the Boxing Writers’ Club.
“There were many strong contenders for the award and I am honoured that my progress in the sport is commended by the winning of such a prestigious honour,” he said
“I know I am following in the footsteps of many, many greats and it is my intention to emulate their achievements.
“I will accept the award on behalf of my team because this has been a team effort and I would like to thank Martin and Tony Bowers and everyone at the Peacock Gym, along with my promoter Frank Warren for successfully guiding my career so far.”