The heavyweight division is on fire and this Saturday night we're going to find out who is the next British fighter to join those in the mix for a possible world title shot in 2021. Daniel Dubois against Joe Joyce looks guaranteed to bring fireworks.
It's a tough one to pick and that's what makes it so intriguing, and you have to give credit to both men for taking this fight because they are two prospects putting their unbeaten records on the line at an early stage. Both could have kept knocking lesser guys over as they waited for a big opportunity but instead they are rolling the dice knowing the winner will take a huge step forward.
Currently you have Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua at the top of the tree, then Deontay Wilder followed by a pack that includes Olexsandr Usyk, Dillian Whyte and Alexander Povetkin. The winner of Dubois and Joyce can push themselves into that pack, even if those guys would still be ahead of them in the pecking order.
I will be working as an analyst at the fight for BT Sport, who also deserve credit, along with promoter Frank Warren, for deciding not to make it a pay-per-view fight.
Pay-per-view fights seem to be happening far too frequently these days and there have been bouts of a lesser quality than Dubois-Joyce that have been in that category.
Having trained for a while with Joyce in London I was able to see first-hand just why he is one of the fittest fighters in the UK. He has one gear and it's a very high gear. Joyce just keeps going at a really high pace and wears opponents down. He would love to draw Dubois into a real war because that would suit his style, and the longer the fight goes on the more it suits Joyce.
If Dubois is going to have the biggest win of his career then I think his jab will be the key to success. Joyce will bring that relentless pressure but he has a very leaky defence and the jab of Dubois can really do damage. It's a potent weapon for Dubois and can allow him to dictate the fight if he gets into his rhythm very quickly.
Dubois has shown that he possesses great power and he's a big athletic guy who throws good combinations, and that's why he is such a threat to Joyce, who will have to show a much tighter defence if he is going to have a chance of coming out on top.
So far it has not stopped him from chalking up some good wins, but Dubois is better than anyone he has faced - and Joyce is the best Dubois has taken on so far.
Not only will a top performance from either man make an impact in the UK but also across the world because the winner will be seen as the next big hope of the division.
It's going to be fascinating to be at ringside listening to the power in the punches of the big men behind closed doors and I just think that Dubois will have the edge. I can see him winning by a middle to late round stoppage after an exciting battle.
In the early hours of Sunday morning, Mike Tyson and Roy Jones will face each other in a fight that has created a lot of interest, and I am intrigued to see just what they have to offer in their 50s.
Some people have criticised it because the fight makes a mockery of the sport, but anybody who thinks that way needs to wind their neck in. That's like saying guys who play in Legends matches are making a mockery of football.
With Tyson against Jones, we just have to accept it for what it is - two all-time greats having a fight when well, well past their best. Tyson is 54 and Jones 51, and they were long past their best when they retired. It's not as if Tyson is going to be calling for a fight with AJ after this or looking for a world governing body to rank him in the top 10.
I don't understand why the WBC decided to put a belt on the line, there was no need for that. It's on BT Sport Box Office, so people can choose to pay for it or not. I'll be watching because I do like the showbusiness side of boxing and these are two of the biggest names in the sport over the past 30 years.
It seems that Kell Brook's days at elite level are now over after his defeat at the hands of Terence Crawford.
There's no shame losing to Crawford, who is one of the top five pound-for-pound fighters, but it was very comfortable for Bud, and if Brook was to retire he can look back on a very good career. The win over Shawn Porter for the IBF welterweight title was the highlight.
It was just a pity that he had three defences against average opponents - Jo Jo Dan, Frankie Gavin and Kevin Bizier. He went from that level to taking on Gennady Golovkin at middleweight and then back down to lose his title to Errol Spence - two more superstars - so it has been a strange career in many ways.
Brook must weigh up where he goes from here and Crawford has to be given a real test next time. Everyone in boxing would love to see Crawford against Spence - it's a dream fight. There's talk about him fighting Manny Pacquiao but Crawford would be too fresh for the Pac Man.
World champion Katie Taylor could do with another good challenge after her easy victory over Miriam Gutierrez last weekend - and I think my gym-mate Chantelle Cameron fits the bill.
Katie totally outclassed Gutierrez and looked about 20 levels above the Spaniard. That's not Katie's fault because Gutierrez was her mandatory challenger and, after two hard fights with Delfine Persoon, she probably deserved an easier night.
Hopefully Katie will face a harder test in 2021 that will bring out the best in her, and I believe that a fight with Cameron would be an appealing domestic dust-up.
On the same card, Terri Harper retained her WBC super-featherweight title but broke her hand which required an operation. Credit to promoter Eddie Hearn, who paid the bill.
I'm off to my training base in Manchester tomorrow to start working towards my shot at WBO World super-featherweight champion Jamel Herring.
There is no date or venue yet, but I need to start putting the head down and working hard so that when everything is confirmed I will be ready to crank things up.
I've been staying in shape over the past few weeks, working out at home and also some work with Paddy Barnes who is doing his PaddyBox circuits, which are very tough.
It'll be great to be back with the lads in the Manchester gym and also just to get my head totally focused on the title fight with Herring.