Now for the biggy, Dereck Chisora vs Joseph Parker.
Two of the biggest most feared heavyweights on the planet going toe to toe in a fight where the winner will be back in world title contention but for the loser, well, it'll be a very long way back to the top.
Chisora has had a somewhat renaissance in his career over the past few years. After defeats to the likes of Tyson Fury, Vitali Klitschko, David Haye and Kubrat Pulev earlier on in his career, he's kind of just started to throw the kitchen sink at his opponents and become one of the most entertaining fighters in the division with his tough and strong march forward take two shots to give one big shot sort of style. He was unlucky not to get a decision against Dillian Whyte in 2016 but then was emphatically knocked out in the rematch a couple of years later. He was outclassed by Oleksandr Usyk last time out but he showed he's still got plenty left in that massive tank of his with a resilient performance.
The Kiwi Parker has had a much more quieter few years however. After beating eventual Anthony Joshua conquerer Andy Ruiz to win the WBO World Heavyweight Title back in 2016, Parker picked up wins against Razvan Cojanu and Hughie Fury before suffering his first loss to Joshua and losing his belt.
A fight of the year defeat to Dillian Whyte followed that but he's now on a four fight win streak with three KO's from those four bouts. His most recent victory came against domestic rival Junior Fa at the end of February where he claimed a unanimous but close points win.
What makes this fight so interesting for us is the recent changes both fighters have made to their camps. Dereck Chisora has teamed up with Buddy McGirt whilst Parker has left the man who took him to world domination Kevin Barry to team up with Andy Lee in Morecambe.
So how does the fight go? Well, it's pretty simple for us. By now, we know what we're getting with Chisora. Chin down, tight guard, looking for looping right and left hooks that could knock out the toughest of opponents if landed clean. Parker has got that sort of style in his locker however going off how rusty he looked in his last fight when looking for the big shot on Fa where he seemed to fall over his own shots a lot and smother his own work, the partnership with Andy Lee tells us he's going to be far more calculated off the back foot and instead of looking for the knockout punch, be much more patient with it.
Chisora will put it on Parker from the first bell as he did against Usyk but what Parker will do better than what Usyk is did is make Chisora respect his power. Expect the New Zealander to land some nice, fast, powerful combinations early on and break Chisora down methodically instead of one big punch and potentially get the late stoppage or more than likely win on points comfortably.
Prediction: Joseph Parker to win by Decision or Technical Decision