It should be a big boxing night on Saturday with the Wladimir Klitschko v Tyson Fury bout going off in Germany.
Klitschko has been dominating the heavyweight title scene for so long now and has gone unbeaten in his last 22 fights.
He has put his belts on the line time and time again and no-one has been able to get close to him.
British challenger Tyson Fury does have a height and reach advantage in the bout and with his talk, he seems ready to jump into the ring and give the Ukrainian a real fight, not just sit around waiting to try and claim the win on points. Fury is up for this, but this is a huge step up in class for him against one of the best the sport has ever seen.
There’s no love lost between the two of them and Klitschko wasn’t impressed by previous British challengers David Haye and Dereck Chisora, more by their antics than their fighting ability. Klitschko saw off both of them without too much trouble.
So will Fury be able to beat Klitschko in Dusseldorf on Saturday night? Will he last six rounds even? It is an interesting fight and you can follow the action live in-play at online betting site Bet365 who provide extensive boxing coverage.