Two-weight World Champion John Riel Casimero has a big chance to impress on next Saturday's Manny Pacquiao-promoted show.
Turning professional in 2007, the 27-4 (18 KOs) Filipino has won World Titles at Light-Flyweight and Flyweight. Next up on August 24th, the 30 year old defends his interim WBO Bantamweight Title against Cesar Ramirez.
Full Champion Zolani Tete will have to face the winner within 90 days. Meanwhile Naoya Inoue, regarded as the number one Bantamweight on the planet, faces Nonito Donaire in the World Boxing Super Series and could face Tete or Casimero next year.
So this looks set to be one of the most important nights of his career, and definitely the most important since he traveled to London to face Charlie Edwards.
After his unsuccessful first World Title challenge against Moruti Mthalane at Flyweight in 2011, he dropped down a division, and it was there he became World Champion after winning the IBF crown in August 2012.
He began his Flyweight campaign in June 2015 but lost to then IBF Champion Amnat Ruenroeng on points. However 11 months later he won the rematch in convincing fashion, stopping his Thai rival in four rounds.
His most notable triumph came in September 2016 when he stopped Charlie Edwards in the first defence of his IBF Flyweight crown at The O2 in London. Watch highlights below: