Britain's Dillian Whyte and Australia's Lucas Browne will clash for Whyte’s WBC Silver heavyweight title at the O2 Arena in London this coming Sunday.
Whyte is ranked No. 1 in the WBC and former WBA champion Browne is working his way back to becoming a two-time champion. The winner is in a prime spot to fight for a world crown later his year.
And Eddie Hearn has built a strong undercard, with Newcastle's Lewis Ritson in British title action against Scotty Cardle at lightweight.
Former WBC heavyweight challenger Derek Chisora also makes the bill against an opponent yet to be named.
However, I'm picking 2014 Commonwealth gold medal winner Anthony Fowler as the one to watch.
Fowler, 27, fights in his fifth contest since turning professional last year, and is coached by notable trainer Dave Coldwell.
Dillian Whyte vs Lucas Browne (12 rounds, WBC silver heavyweight)
Frank Buglioni vs Callum Johnson (12 rounds, British and Commonwealth light heavyweight)
Lewis Ritson vs Scotty Cardle (12 rounds, British lightweight)
Anthony Fowler vs Kalilou Dembele (6 rounds, junior middleweight)
Derek Chisora vs TBA (heavyweight)
Jamie Cox vs TBA (super-middleweight)
Craig Richards vs Ivan Stupalo (8 rounds, light heavyweight)
Chris Congo vs Serge Ambomo (6 rounds, welterweight)
Richard Riakporhe vs Adam Williams (4 rounds, cruiserweight)
Louie Lynn vs Michael Horobin (4 rounds, super bantamweight)
When: Saturday, March 24
Time: 6:00 pm ET (3:30 pm ET for UK card)
TV: HBO (US), Sky Sports Main Event (UK)