Everything you need to know ahead of Saturday night's British & Commonwealth cruiserweight title fight between Mikael Lawal and Isaac Chamberlain.
This weekend's BOXXER card was originally scheduled to feature the hotly-anticipated domestic dust-up between friends Joshua Buatsi and Dan Azeez, however, a late injury to Azeez means fight fans are going to have to wait a little longer to see the two Londoners share the ring.
But, we still have a fight card to look forward to - only now, it's at Bethnal Green's York Hall as opposed to the O2 Arena, and will be headlined by Lawal and Chamberlain.
Here's everything you need to know ahead of the bout:
The Lawal v Chamberlain cruiserweight clash will take place at Bethnal Green in London on Saturday, 21st October.
The fight is scheduled for 12 rounds, with the weight limit being 200lbs.
The main fight ring walk is due to start at around 22:00, depending on earlier bouts, with the undercard likely to begin at about 19:00.
The Mikael Lawal v Isaac Chamberlain fight will take place at York Hall in London, which has a capacity of 1,200 spectators.
The likes of Anthony Joshua Tyson Fury and David Haye have all fought at the iconic boxing venue during the early stages of their careers.
The cruiserweight clash is a BOXXER event and will be shown live on Sky Sports Arena and Sky Sports Main Event.
There are indeed - two in fact.
Lawal's British title will be on the line whilst the vacant Commonwealth cruiserweight strap will also be picked up by the winner.
Chamberlain is the odds-on 1/2 favourite to dethrone British title holder Lawal (13/8) on Saturday night.
A victory for Chamberlain on points 'By Decision or Technical Decision' appears the most likely outcome, priced up at.
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17-0 (11 KOs)
Lawal has had 17 professional fights to date and is unbeaten, with 11 of the Londoner's victories coming via KO.
The 30-year-old is 6ft 2ins in height with a 74ins reach.
15-2 (8 KOs)
Chamberlain, who is from Brixton, has had 17 professional bouts, winning 15 of them and being beaten just twice.
The 29-year-old is 6ft 2ins and and possesses a 78ins reach - four inches longer than his opponent.
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