Tommy Fury will step through the ropes for the sixth time as a professional tonight – and he is finally taking on a fellow unbeaten opponent.
Jordan Grant will be in the opposite corner having won his two paid fights to date, albeit against very modest opposition.
Fury has become a star attraction since his stint on Love Island two years ago but has been heavily criticised for his level of opponents since leaving the villa.
He has been involved in a back-and-forth war of words with YouTube star Jake Paul but a fight between the rivals will have to wait for at least another few months.
In the meantime, here's all you need to know about tonight's fight card…
What time is the fight on?
The ring walks for the main event are expected to take place around 9pm with the undercard kicking off at 7pm.
The main event between Daniel Dubois and Bogdan Dinu will start between 10.30pm and 11pm.
How to watch via TV and live stream
The event will be broadcast on BT Sport 1, with coverage getting underway at 7pm.
You can also watch on your laptop or mobile on the BT Sport app.
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“If Jake Paul gets in the ring with me it will be dangerous for him, but keep fighting these clowns he’s fighting and it’s not going to be dangerous for him.
“He is a cunning man. He has earned a lot of money and if there was any chance of Tyron Woodley beating Jake Paul that contract wouldn’t have got signed.
“Why would Jake Paul put himself in a position where he is going to get knocked spark out? He is not going to fight anybody who will test him because he doesn’t need to.
“He is making a fortune from YouTube. Why is he going to get his teeth knocked out for nothing?
“These MMA guys like Woodley and his last opponent Ben Askren will fight him all day long. They earn £300,000 for MMA and can get three or four million for fighting him.
“If it comes it comes because it is easy money. I am not going to focus on Jake Paul. Saturday night is where my mind is and I have a job to do.”
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