Conor Benn and Katie Taylor are back in action this weekend on our screens.
But the question is, who will they be fighting, where will it be taking place and how can you watch it?
Planet Sport has all the answers and will give you some insight into what's to come, including fighters on the undercard.
When: Saturday, December 11
Where: Liverpool, M&S Arena
How to watch it: DAZN worldwide
Benn vs Algieri
Rising welterweight star Conor Benn will face former world champion Chris Algieri at the top of a huge night of boxing at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool on Saturday December 11.
'The Destroyer' (19-0, 12 KOs) maintained his perfect record with a shutout points win over Mexico's Adrian Granados on the Lara vs. Warrington 2 bill in September after he was given a deafening welcome by over 20,000 Leeds fans, and the Essex native is looking to end a huge year in style as he pushes towards more titles.
New York's Algieri (25-3, 9 KOs) - a former WBO super lightweight world champion - represents a big step-up in class for 25-year-old Benn having shared the ring with some of the biggest names in the sport including modern legend Manny Pacquiao, former unified super lightweight ruler Amir Khan and unified welterweight world champion Errol Spence Jr.
"To headline in a city like Liverpool you need to be in the ring against a world class operator," said Benn. "Chris has done it all, a former World Champion and exactly the opponent I need to gain experience from.
"We expect Algieri to bring his best, but I want him deep in the trenches with me, I want to use this opportunity to display my skills and ability against a quality fighter to prepare me and take another step closer to a World Title. A former World Champ vs. a very, very hungry contender, I can't wait for December 11."
Taylor vs Sharipova
Katie Taylor will defend her WBC, WBA, IBF, WBO and Ring Magazine lightweight crowns against WBA mandatory challenger Firuza Sharipova.
Irish sensation Taylor (19-0, 6 KOs) is within touching distance of a huge showdown with Amanda Serrano in 2022. However, she must overcome a final hurdle in the shape of Kazakhstan's Sharipova after cruising to another successful defence of her titles against the USA's Jennifer Han at Emerald Headingley Stadium in Leeds.
Sharipova (14-1, 8 KOs) has picked up titles at super featherweight, lightweight and super lightweight since joining the professional ranks in May 2016. The 27-year-old from Taraz is ranked at No.1 in the world at lightweight by the WBA having remained undefeated since a shock four-round points loss on her debut.
"I'm looking forward to ending the year on a high with another defence of my titles," said Taylor. "I know there are some huge fights out there for me in 2022 but for now my sole focus is on December 11 and this mandatory defence against Sharipova."
Gill vs Guerfi
Chatteris featherweight talent Jordan Gill (26-1, 7 KOs) returns to the ring to challenge EBU European featherweight champion Karim Guerfi (30-5, 9 KOs) after scoring behind closed doors wins over Reece Bellotti in August 2020 and Cesar Juarez in February 2021 to land the WBA International title.
France's Guerfi became a two-weight European champion by outpointing Andoni Gago in Marbella, Spain earlier this year to land the 126lbs strap.
The 34-year-old from Manosque previously held the EBU Bantamweight title before losing it to undefeated Scottish talent Lee McGregor at the Bolton Whites Hotel in March.
Other fighters on the undercard
'The Welsh Wizard' Joe Cordina (13-0, 8 KOs) continues his push for super featherweight world title action in 2020 after scoring a sensational first round knockout win over the USA's Joshuah Hernandez at Fight Camp in August.
Former European, British and Commonwealth super lightweight champion Robbie Davies Jr (21-3, 14 KOs) fights for the second time under new trainer Shane McGuigan and undefeated Belfast Middleweight talent Caoimhin Agyarko (9-0, 6 KOs) makes his Matchroom debut.
Elsewhere, ex-Team GB star Calum French makes his professional debut at super lightweight while fellow Tokyo Olympian Peter McGrail (1-0) steps through the ropes for the second time as a pro.
He is joined on the bill by his debutant brother Joe McGrail, while former professional footballer Paddy Lacey (1-0) looks to build on his pro debut win over Stanko Jermelic last month.