The main event sees the unbeaten Mancunian, Lyndon Arthur, take on the unbeaten Italian Davide Faraci for the WBO Inter-Continental light heavyweight crown.
Lyndon has built up quite a reputation for himself over the years. After being a part of the GB elite squad as an amateur, he turned professional under the tutelage of former world title challenger Pat Barrett. The pair have a simply wonderful connection together after Barrett took Arthur under his wing as a young teenager after Lyndon's brother was tragically shot.
With a record of 18 wins coming from 18 fights with 12 wins by stoppage, Arthur cemented his place on the world scene in his last fight with a boxing masterclass over domestic rival Anthony Yarde. Renowned for his long snappy jab, Yarde never found a way inside it to really get to Arthur with the Mancunian claiming a split decision victory.
His opponent, meanwhile, is relatively unknown to boxing fans outside of Italy and Switzerland. By no means a bad amateur himself, Faraci was born in Switzerland but now fights out of Lazio in central Italy.
He's mainly fought in Italy and Switzerland for all of his career but he did pick up victory in his last fight on away soil to the unbeaten German Emre Cukur.
However, the problem with Faraci is that he hasn't really got a name on his record, unlike Arthur with Yarde on his resumé. He isn't renowned for his punch power with a 46% stoppage ratio compared to Lyndon's 66% so it's hard to see what he is going to bring to really trouble Lyndon.
Arthur will as usual look to establish his jab early on in the fight and like the famous saying in boxing goes, everything comes off the back of a good jab and once Lyndon gets into his rhythm with that, expect him to get Faraci out of there.
Prediction: Lyndon Arthur to win by KO/TKO/DQ