The action begins on BT Sport 1 HD and BT Sport 4K UHD from 7.30pm on Saturday 13 July as two of the country's most talked-about big men go toe-to-toe in a must-see showdown for the vacant British heavyweight title at London's O2 Arena.
The evening's chief support sees Olympic silver medallist Joe Joyce pitted against Bryant Jennings in a potentially tricky match-up for the 33-year-old Brit on his fast-track quest towards a world title shot.
And former world title challenger Liam Williams hopes to continue his resurgence under the tutelage of Dominic Ingle in a middleweight skirmish against Frenchman Karim Achour.
With Archie Sharp defending his European super-featherweight title and Sunny Edwards in action for the IBF international super-flyweight crown, there is plenty for fight fans to sink their teeth into during a bumper night of boxing on Saturday evening.
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Dubois v Gorman: Fight preview
Saturday night will provide fight fans with a welcome departure from the norm as two of the hottest prospects in the heavyweight division trade leather for the coveted Lord Lonsdale belt.
As Hall of Fame promoter Frank Warren conceded in the build-up to Saturday night’s showdown, it is not often that two young fighters are willing to risk their undefeated status at such a premature stage in their prize-fighting career.
But with the lure of the British heavyweight title – and a potential leap to the world stage - on the horizon, both Daniel Dubois, 11-0, and Nathan Gorman, 16-0, will do exactly that at London’s O2 Arena this weekend.
In bucking the trend of recent years, both fighters should be given enormous credit for ensuring Saturday night sees one man crowned the winner in a bout being tipped by many as a 50/50 affair.
Knockout king Dubois has forged something of a reputation for himself as one of the most explosive athletes in the division, stopping 10 of his 11 opponents in brutal fashion.
Only Kevin Johnson, the veteran American who once challenged Vitali Klitschko for the WBC heavyweight title, survived to see the final bell, using all his experience to spoil and smother the 21-year-old powerhouse.
But since then, Dubois has more than made up for the performance, leaving another world title challenger, Razvan Cojanu, folded on the canvas in the second round before wiping out Ghanaian visitor Richard Lartey in a thrilling four-round firefight.
Often likened to former unified world champion Anthony Joshua, Dubois has a similarly ruthless ability to finish wounded opponents off – and might even possess more single-shot power than his elder countryman.
But in Gorman, the Greenwich prospect faces a fighter unlike any other he has fought since turning professional.
Once allies on the Team GB boxing squad, the pair have since become arch-rivals – and Gorman has made no secret of his past successes against the hard-hitting Dubois.
“We were on the GB squad for two years together and we did 200 or 300 rounds sparring and I don’t think I lost one,” Gorman said.
“He thinks I’m his easiest opponent so far, but I bring a lot more than all the other opponents he has fought.”
Cheshire man Gorman believes his slick style and fast hands could be the perfect antidote to Dubois’ heavy artillery – but with 11 knockouts to his name, the 23-year-old can also pack a punch.
His resume shares two names with Dubois - Cojanu and Johnson - in fights Gorman dominated to claim shut-out points victories.
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And with the likes of Kamil Sokolowski and Sean Turner also on his record, Gorman undoubtedly has the edge in terms of experience over Dubois.
He’ll need to use all of his ringcraft to evade the brick fists of a pumped-up Dubois – but with multiple-time world champion Ricky Hatton in his corner, Gorman has one of the finest boxing brains in Britain behind him.
Dubois v Gorman: Who else is fighting?
Aptly titled “Heavy Duty”, Saturday’s fight card sees another of Britain’s next crop of heavyweight contenders in action as Joe Joyce faces the stiffest test of his short professional career to date.
The 33-year-old, who controversially missed out on Olympic gold at the 2016 Rio Games, has been fast-tracked since turning over from the amateur scene.
Now, in his 10th fight, Joyce faces two-time world title challenger Bryant Jennings hoping to make the sort of statement that could catapult him into the contention at the summit of the division.
“The juggernaut is here. I throw a lot of punches, throw punches with force and Bryant is going to get run over,” Joyce said.
"I have had a brief look at what he brings and we have started to dissect his performances on where I can capitalise.
"I am superior in stature even if he has a freaky reach. I cannot wait and there are going to be some heavy hits.”
British middleweight champion Liam Williams also features at the O2 Arena on Saturday night in a scheduled 12-round affair against French visitor Karim Achour.
Williams, who once challenged for the WBO super-welterweight strap, has his eyes set on summiting a new division under the watchful eye of esteemed trainer Dominic Ingle.
The pair joined forces in June last year and the move seems to have suited the Welshman perfectly with two subsequent knockouts in his two fights since.
"It is great for me and a big step up," Williams said.
"It is what I have been calling for and it will be another title to add to my collection. I am excited, I am sure I am going to win in a good fashion and just keep progressing.
"We tried getting certain opponents which we weren't able to pin down for whatever reason but, for me, I couldn't give a monkeys over whoever I fight for a WBC Silver title. It doesn't matter to me.”
Archie Sharp will make a first defence of his WBO European super featherweight title when he takes on the tough Scot Jordan McCorry under the bright lights.
The 24-year-old from Welling, 15-0, who memorably defeated Lyon Woodstock last October to win his first title belt, knows he will have to be at his quick-footed best to overcome a challenger who gave British champion Sam Bowen a troublesome night before succumbing to a ninth round TKO in his last fight in March.
"It is a good fight, Jordan McCorry is going to come to beat me and he is going to be fit, strong and ready," said Sharp.
"I am pretty sure he will be coming to try and rough me up, but we are prepared for all sorts of styles coming our way and I am looking forward to the fight. It will be a good win on the night for me.
"I have watched probably about a minute of his fight against Bowen to see what sort of fighter he is. Of course I would like to do a better job than Bowen because everybody wants to make big statements and I will do what I've got to do on the night.
Elsewhere, Sunny Edwards will bid to add the IBF International super flyweight title to his rapidly growing collection of belts.
'Showtime' Sunny, 11-0, has already wrapped the WBO European and International title belts around his waist following a hugely impressive run of form and he will come up against the 12-2 Mexican Hiram Gallardo.
Gallardo, who has not previously fought outside of his native Mexico, is the holder of WBC Youth Silver flyweight title and Edwards has been closely following the form guide.
"He looks not a typical Mexican as he is a bit upright, is maybe 5ft 4" or 5ft 5" and quite small for the weight, as most of them are. He looks fairly strong and has a good record boxing mainly at super fly, although he has boxed up to super bantam.
"It is another world ranking title and a good one for me to win because they insist on a high level of opponent. I said I want a hard fight because that is what brings the best out in me and that is what I've got.”
Dubois v Gorman: Selected odds
Sunny Edwards 1/12 v Hiram Gallardo 6/1
Liam Williams 1/9 v Karim Achour 5/1
Joe Joyce 1/5 v Bryant Jennings 7/2
Daniel Dubois 1/2 v Nathan Gorman 13/8
All odds correct with Bet365 at the time of writing