Tevin Farmer vs Jono Carroll and Katie Taylor vs Rose Volante top the bill of a jampacked night of boxing in Philadelphia this evening.
Farmer is seeking to defend his IBF super-featherweight world championship against unbeaten Dubliner Carroll in what promises to be a lively contest.
Farmer, defending his title in his hometown, has resurrected his career after four losses in his first 12 fights and wants to unify at 130lb by taking on the best, such as Gervonta Davis.
“Everybody is talking about who the best is in the division - there's only one way to tell,” said Farmer.
“I am ready to fight anyone. It's my third defense in five months, I'm the most active male World champion in the world and I want it to continue like that.”
Taylor meanwhile, is taking on fellow undefeated boxer Volante in perhaps the toughest bout of her career so far.
On the line alongside her WBA and IBF straps is the Brazilian’s WBO title, and Taylor was complimentary of her challenger, saying: “Rose is a great champion. She's strong and has a big right hand, she's undefeated too so she's a proud fighter and she's chasing the same prize as me.”
As both headline-worthy clashes edge closer, here’s all you need to know before the bell rings.
Boxing tonight schedule - televised card
Daniyar Yeleussinov vs Silverio Ortiz - Welterweight contest (8 x 3)
Raymond Ford vs Weusi Johnson - Super-Featherweight contest (4 x 3)
Luke Campbell vs Adrian Yung - Lightweight contest (10 x 3)
John Joe Nevin vs Andres Figueroa - Lightweight contest (6 x 3)
Gabe Rosado vs Maciej Sulecki - WBO International Middleweight championship (10 x 3)
Katie Taylor vs Rose Volante - WBA, IBF and WBO World Lightweight championships (10 x 2)
Tevin Farmer vs Jono Carroll - IBF World Super-Featherweight championship (12 x 3)
Boxing tonight - how to watch onTV in UK and Ireland
Fight fans can tune in from 11pm UK time to watch the action unfold, with the two headliners not expected to start until gone 1.30am.
Sky Sports are running the broadcast from 11pm both in the UK and Ireland, with it being on the Action and Main Event channels, respectively.
Fans with a subscription will also be able to stream the action via the Sky Go app, but non-existing customers can still purchase a Sky Sports pass through NOW TV to tune in.