Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce will set their unbeaten records tonight when they clash in a crossroads fight.
No man can be lost if they want to pursue their world title ambitions next year.
Severely affected heavyweights have excellent records as professionals, but only one will not escape this evening.
Although the British, Commonwealth and European titles are on the line, the biggest prize will be a shot at next year’s WBO World Cup, most likely against Alexander Usaik.
Here’s everything you need to know, including when and how to start the fight tonight …
What time is the fight?
The main event will start between 10.30pm and 11pm and the card will start at 7.30pm. It is known that fights will start in recent months depending on how long the early fights take to complete.
TV channel and live stream details
The fights will be shown on BT Sport 1 from 7.30pm and the fights can be streamed on your computer or mobile device using the BT Sport player.
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Daniel Dubois says bullying is not his intention.
But the guy with the nickname Dynamite knows that after beating out 14 of his 15 opponents to date, it comes with a kind of territory.
“I do not go out of my way to intimidate anyone, but it is their responsibility to intimidate me if that happens,” Dubois said.
Joe Joyce says he is not afraid of the British, Commonwealth and European title fights this weekend.
This is the first real time when many believe that anyone who enters the field with Dubois can end an unbeaten run.
But he easily pushes such pressure off his shoulders.
Ahead of the confrontation at Church Hall House in Westminster, Dubois said: “This is the biggest fight of my life and my career to date.
“I am just happy to be free. There are a lot of things on the line, but I can’t let that bother me
“What worries me? I want to go through fights and prove that I am the best. ”
Four-year-old Joyce, four years after winning a silver medal in Rio 2016, is widely believed to be fighting this weekend for all or nothing.
But for Dubois, who is under 12, he does not see it as a long-term situation to rebuild despite the defeat.
“I think it’s the same for both of us,” he said.
“All or nothing. We are not the second best player in this sport.
“We do not want to be second to anyone.
“He may be old, so I don’t want to lose, but I don’t see myself as someone who can go backwards at a young age if I lose.
“I want to get first place, I want to get there as soon as possible, so losing is not an option.
“I have no thoughts in my mind about being the second best.
“There’s a lot to do for him, but that means he’ll be ready for it, and I need to make sure I get the same motivation.”
This weekend Dubois will be able to add the European belt to his collection, which already includes English, British and Commonwealth straps.
He wants to get them all before he goes to the World Cup fights next year.
But he has not yet built a cabinet at home for all his belts.
Dubois added: “We are working to sort something for the belts.
“The belts are great, but for me it just beats them to make sure they remember me in history.”