English Light-Heavyweight Champion Liam Conroy makes the second defence of his belt this Saturday, with a streak of four straight stoppages.
Next up, Conroy meets Miles Shinkwin who has boxed for the British Title twice over the last couple of years, but was unsuccessful against Hosea Burton and Joel McIntyre.
"I think it's a good fight. It's a trade fight. It's a good blend of styles as well, I think we're both quite similar. With Miles coming the back off a couple of losses recently, I think his back's against the wall. He's going to come out and make a good go of it," he predicted on the latest BoxNation Podcast.
Since a disappointing draw to Mitch Mitchell three years ago, the 25-year-old has bounced back with eight consecutive victories. In December, Conroy stopped Chris Hobbs to stretch his tally to five knockouts in his last six outings.
"Lucky punches I think," he joked. "I'm really fit. I think I'm just growing into the weight. I think I'm just getting better and stronger, my timing's getting better. It's all coming together.
"I'm always in entertaining fights, every fight's different but I think it's going to be an entertaining fight," predicted Conroy.
Also on episode 17 of the BoxNation Podcast, Frank Warren provides an update on Billy Joe Saunders, Anthony Yarde answers some of the fans' questions from the fans and Ronnie Clark reflects on his upset win over Zelfa Barrett.