In the main event, the unbeaten Conor Benn takes on the slick German, Sebastian Formella.
Benn, the son of former world champion Nigel Benn, has had a faultless start to his professional career with 16 wins and 11 stoppages coming from his first 16 fights. He did, however, meet plenty of trouble when he was dropped twice by Cedrick Peynaud in his 11th fight, although he bounced back from the two knockdowns to claim a relatively controversial points win.
The 24-year-old's best win to date came last time out against the well-travelled Steven Jamoye where Benn put in an almost punch perfect performance to stop the Belgian in the fourth round - the Englishman showed he can step it up when he needs to.
Now, a step up in class is exactly what he's got in this bout against the once-beaten Sebastian Formella. Unbeaten in his first 22 fights, the German travelled to America to take on former world champion Shawn Porter, but he was unable to live with the constant pressure from the American and went down to a unanimous points defeat.
Formella has shown plenty prior to the Porter fight to suggest that he is a world-level boxer. Light on his feet off the back foot, he's very much a counter puncher with good feet and quick hands and stylistically that could potentially be a nightmare for Benn. Something else which stands out is his patience.
The Englishman has gotten used to being able to walk through his opponents with his one-punch power and ability to mix it up to the head and body with relative ease, an attribute which is old man was renowned for.
However, this we believe is just a step too far too soon for Benn. Even though 'The Destroyer' has shown signs of maturity in his last couple of bouts, Formella should have just too much ring craft and experience for the younger man and we're backing him to win on points.
Prediction: Sebastian Formella to win by Decision or Technical Decision - Best priced 11/4 @ Bet365