After months of trash talk, Gervonta Davis and Rolando Romero will finally get to settle their score when they meet on Saturday night in New York.
The American duo are known for their knockout power and Saturday's bout promises to be a thriller in the USA.
The bout will take place on Saturday, May 28th, 2022.
The fight card is due to start at 02:00am UK time, while the ring walks for the main fight are scheduled to take place at 04:15am. These timings are subject to change, due to the length of the undercard fights.
Saturday's fight will take place at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Saturday's bout will be broadcast on Showtime PPV in the US, while the UK rights haven't been announced at this stage.
Those that fancy the upset can back Romero to win at 6/1, while those expecting a close contest can back a draw at 25/1.
Yes, Davis will defend his WBA (regular) lightweight title when the pair clash at the Barclays Center. The duo were originally supposed to fight in December, but Romero will finally get the chance to win his first world title this weekend.
Davis' record is a perfect one, with the 27-year-old winning all 26 of his fights to date. The Baltimore native made his debut back in 2013 and he has since stopped 24 of his 26 opponents inside the distance.
Davis was last in action in December, beating Cruz on points to retain the latest title he won in 2020 when he stopped Santa Cruz in San Antonio.
Davis could have progressed further, but a routine defence this weekend could help him set up potential unification fights.
Like Davis, Romero has yet to taste defeat, but the Las Vegas native has only had 14 fights so far. The 26-year-old turned professional in 2016 and he is well known for his concussive power.
Only Javier Martinez and Jackson Martinez have finished a bout with Romero - and he claims it will be his power that ends the fight.
Romero's best wins have come against Martinez and Anthony Yigit, but in truth he has yet to fight anyone of Davis' quality.
Saturday's contest promises to be a clash of styles, with Romero known for his 'street-fight' technique, while Davis is the more-rounded fighter, although he will be the smaller man in New York this week.
So far only three fights have been confirmed for Saturday's undercard, but the chief support promises to be a humdinger. Erislandy Lara, who once pushed Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez all the way, will face Ireland's Gary 'Spike' O'Sullivan.
The two fighters will face off for Lara's WBA middleweight strap, while Jesus Ramos squares off against Luke Santamaria and Eduardo Ramirez tackles Luis Melendez.