We return to the FD Arena in Leeds on Saturday night, with unbeaten Featherweight Josh Warrington topping the bill.
The undercard features plenty of exciting young talent, including the likes of Jack Catterall, Zelfa Barrett and Lyon Woodstock Jr. We're live on air at 7.30pm.
Here are five talking points ahead of the show:
Warrington stands on Edge Of Glory
In the main event, Leeds Warrior Josh Warrington must overcome unbeaten European Champion Dennis Ceylan. A long-awaited shot at Lee Selby's IBF Featherweight crown is on the line.
After edging past two Brits in the last year, luck may run out for Ceylan, who fights outside of his native Denmark for the first time as a pro. His split-decision win over Ryan Walsh last October raised a few suspicious eyebrows. Then in March he took on Isaac Lowe, who was beginning to find his flow and pressure Ceylan before a clash of heads resulted in a technical draw.
Warrington yearns for a huge stadium fight against Selby or even former two-weight World Champion Carl Frampton. Now he is just one victory away from securing a World Title shot and potentially making that dream a reality next year.
Don't miss Nurse and Catterall's domestic dust-up
Chief support at the FD Arena is an old-fashioned British Title belter. Tyrone Nurse defends his belt against hungry, unbeaten challenger Jack Catterall.
Nurse is heading into his 40th pro contest and has experience on his side. The rangey 27-year-old believes a lack of motivation led to his recent underwhelming showings, but now he is up for this tasty tussle.
18-0 Catterall brings an unbeaten record and a lofty ranking with the WBO. In April he put on a real show when mauling Martin Gethin in Manchester, stopping his opponent in the third round.
The winner of this Super-Lightweight clash will fancy competing for world honours in the near future, with the absence of former king Terence Crawford leaving the division wide open.
Woodstock Jr v Poxton possible show-stealer
This will be the second successive title fight for 9-0 Lyon Woodstock Jr, who takes on Craig Poxton for the vacant WBO European strap. Last time out he punished Paul Holt in Leicester to win the Midlands Area belt. His lightning-quick style is easy on the eye but now he faces a tough and strong foe.
Poxton is no stranger to an upset. Back in February he proved too much for then-unbeaten Boy Jones Jr in a fight of the year candidate at York Hall. It was the relentless and rugged work from the Suffolk man that led to the final round stoppage.
However, in the build-up to this bout. Woodstock Jr has reiterated that he "ain't no Boy Jones". This step up for the Leicester talent could steal the show.
Barrett out to impress again in first title shot
18-0 Super-Featherweight Zelfa Barrett also steps up a level, taking on Chris Conwell for the vacant English Title. “We are both from Manchester and we can both fight, there is a lot of pride on the line,” Barrett said at the September presser. A local derby usually delivers and the ‘Brown Flash’ will want to put on a show and gain some new fans in the process.
There is already talk about a future showdown with stablemate Woodstock Jr. Promoter Frank Warren believes this is a bout that should marinade for a year to 18 months and by that point either of the two red-hot prospects could hold a significant title.
JJ Metcalf eyeing British Title
After reaching 16-0, James Metcalf, son of Liverpool fight legend Shea Neary, fights in an eliminator for the British Super-Welterweight crown which is currently held by stablemate Liam Williams.
Metcalf has stopped 10 of his foes, and the last time he fought on BoxNation he crushed Konstantin Alexandrov in the first round. Taking on Damon Jones at 7.30pm in Leeds, the 29-year-old will look to rack up another knockout and take a step closer to British honours.