Billy Joe Saunders has the chance to pull off arguably the greatest win by a British boxer on foreign soil this Saturday night - but the problem is that he's up against Canelo Alvarez, who, to me, looks unbeatable at the moment.
WBO super-middleweight champion Saunders and WBC/WBA champion Canelo are in a unification bout that a few years ago would have been a different fight. Unfortunately for Saunders, Canelo is now in his prime and still improving. Saunders is a very good fighter but inactivity has hurt him so he has to be a big underdog in this one.
In the past, Canelo has struggled with fighters with a similar style to Saunders who is a natural counter-puncher with good movement. His only loss was to Floyd Mayweather and Erislandy Lara gave him one of his hardest fights but that was back in 2013 and 2014 respectively. Danny Jacobs gave him some problems a couple of years ago but Canelo was still a unanimous points winner.
One thing about Saunders is that, unlike some opponents, he will not freeze when the lights go down. He will look to carry out his game plan and that's why it's a fight I'm really looking forward to.
Watching Canelo at any time is a joy because he's pound for pound the best fighter in the world and when you look at their records they are not comparable.
The main names on the record of Saunders are Chris Eubank jnr, Andy Lee and David Lemieux and then you look at Canelo's and it's a Who's Who of the best fighters of the past decade.
People often point to the defence of Saunders and that it will allow him to be very effective this Saturday night but you can't overlook that Canelo is now one of the best defensive fighters on the planet.
He's an aggressive fighter who is defensively aware and is so good in that regard that he can be compared to legends such as Roberto Duran and Julio Cesar Chavez. Then you look at every other department and Canelo is the better aggressive fighter, a better chin which he proved when Gennady Golovkin's blows bounced off him and there is no doubt that the Mexican is by far the bigger puncher.
When you break it down like that, it is very hard to come up with an argument that could suggest that Saunders can get the win. It also cannot be overlooked that Canelo's status in world boxing carries a lot of influence within the sport.
Whether you like it or not, when rounds are close they go Canelo's way so if Saunders is to try and win the fight on points he is going to have to win the rounds very, very convincingly and, again, that is almost impossible.
Former world super-middleweight champion Callum Smith had won the World Super Series of Boxing and was expected to be a serious threat. Smith had the size and ability but in the end it was very one-sided as Canelo, who is very small for the weight, handed out a boxing lesson.
It used to be that we thought former world lightweight champion Vasyl Lomachenko was the biggest test in boxing but now it seems that beating Canelo is mission impossible.
Billy Joe will try everything to find a way to frustrate and beat Canelo but I expect the Mexican superstar to show us all why he is the No.1 pound for pound boxer in the world with a win by late stoppage.
Mick Conlan will benefit from 12 hard rounds in his win over Ionut Baluta on Friday night.
It turned out to be a harder fight than I, and probably Mick, had expected but I did have him winning it comfortably. He's still on the path to a world title fight and down the line it will stand to him that he has come through such a tough night.
The one thing that did surprise me was the tactics that Adam Booth was giving to him. He was being told to go forward and put the pressure on all the time but for me Mick has always been a slick boxer and I think he could have made the fight a bit easier by sticking to his natural game.
His head movement was very good and that stood out. It was his first fight in nine months and first at super-bantam since his debut so I'm sure he will be a lot better next time out.
Hopefully, Mick will be out in the summer against someone who will have him ready for a world title shot at the end of the year.
Sunny Edwards gave a brilliant performance on Friday night to lift the IBF world flyweight title and has set himself up for a very successful career.
Edwards is someone that I've always admired and he rose to the occasion against Moruti Mthalane, who was rated by everyone as the No.1 flyweight in the world. Edwards never gave him a chance with the way he moved and picked his shots. I would love to see the state of his feet because he never stopped moving for 12 rounds.
It's not easy sticking to a game plan for 12 rounds with so much on the line but Edwards stepped up from the level of opposition he had been facing and proved his great class with a dominant display.
Rising star Ryan Garcia has stepped back from boxing for a while to deal with personal problems and I think this is a wake-up call to all in the sport, including those in the UK.
Here's a guy who is uber-confident, has millions of followers on Twitter and has shown that he has the potential to be a superstar in the ring but credit to him because he has been prepared to explain through social media that he has issues that need to be addressed.
I'm sure there are many fighters in the UK, particularly after what we have gone through during the pandemic, who need help and I would ask the British Boxing Board of Control to take the issue of mental health a lot more seriously.
It needs to be brought to the fore as it has been in other sports and the time has come for the Board to have counsellors they can point to when a fighter raises mental health issues, at no charge to the boxer.
Felix Cash ripped up the script when he dominated and stopped Denzel Bentley in their British and Commonwealth middleweight title fight last weekend.
It was billed as a 50-50 fight but Cash, who looks like he is built from marble, made it very one-sided and it seems like he has a very bright future. He has a fan-friendly style, talks well and is a good looking guy so I'm sure promoter Eddie Hearn will push him on.
I really like the way he puts his punches together and that kind of aggression brings an excitement that fans want to see. He made a big statement with the win over Bentley.