Now for the main event where former IBF World Featherweight champion Josh Warrington taking on Mauricio Lara.
This fight was originally scheduled to be a featherweight unification clash between Warrington and China's Can Xu, however, the fight was postponed due to travel restrictions. The IBF then ordered the Yorkshireman to defend his world title in a rematch with Kid Galahad but after Warrington decided against the fight, he was relinquished of his world title. In truth, it's all been a little bit of a mess.
Anyway, it was confirmed not too long ago that Warrington's new opponent for his original scheduled fight date of February 13th will be Mexican Mauricio Lara.
With 14 KOs from 21 wins in 23 fights, Lara has only been beaten once since defeat on debut back in 2015 however, the level he has fought at is questionable, hence why the IBF didn't sanction it as a world title defence for Warrington.
A typical in your face Mexican, take a shot give two back sort of style, and we think this fight will likely be over rather quickly. Warrington will have the bit between his teeth. He needs to make a statement as he looks for a big fight against the likes of Gary Russell Jnr and anything but an early stoppage will go down as a big disappointment.
The Englishman has shown what he's about, though; high intensity, high punch output, a granite chin and a really likeable boxing style. He'll know what's on the line here and he'll know that a shock defeat will put him towards the back of the queue for a world title shot and we're fully expecting him to get the job done quickly and in convincing fashion.
Prediction: Josh Warrington to win between rounds 1-5.