Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce take each other on in a blockbuster British heavyweight clash this weekend.
The pair have had to wait since April to get the fight on after coronavirus restrictions halted the bout.
Promoter Frank Warren was trying to wait for fans to be able to return to arenas before putting these two rising stars together.
But then as the lockdown dragged on, he opted to put them in against each other now.
Fans may not be able to get into the venue for the fight but they will be treated to a cracking bout on TV.
Daily Star Sport gives you the lowdown on all you need to know about the fight:
Joe Joyce still confident of beating Daniel Dubois despite trainer coronavirus blow
What is the date of the fight?
Dubois and Joyce face each other in the ring on Saturday November 28.
The bout has been rescheduled from April to July to October and now it is happening this weekend.
What UK time will the fight begin?
The fight is taking place in London so it will start between 10 and 10.30pm. The live broadcast starts at 7.30pm.
What TV channel is the fight on?
This fight is not pay-per-view so it is free to BT Sport subscribers on BT Sport 1 from 7.30pm.
You can sign up to watch contract free at bt.com/monthlypass if you are not already a subscriber.
If you subscribe directly with BT Sport you will be able to watch it online via their app.
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Where is the fight taking place?
The fight is behind-closed-doors at Church House in Westminster.
It is an iconic venue where former prime minister Winston Churchill declared German battleship Bismark had been sunk in 1941 during World War 2.
It has never hosted boxing before.
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Who is on the undercard?
Hamzah Sheeraz v Guido Nicolas Pitto (10 rounds, light-middleweight)
Jack Catterall v Abderrazak Houya (10 rounds, light-welterweight)
Jack Massey v Mohammad Ali Bayat Farid (8 rounds, cruiserweight)
Louie Lynn v Paul Holt (8 rounds, featherweight)
David Adeleye v Danny Whitaker (6 rounds, heavyweight)
Joshua Frankham v MJ Hall (4 rounds, light-middleweight)
Mitchell Barton v Matt Gordon (4 rounds, heavyweight)
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What titles are on the line?
The British, Commonwealth and European titles will all be on the line.
What are the fight odds?
Daniel Dubois 1/4
Joe Joyce 3/1
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