Carl Frampton makes his return to the ring this weekend, exclusively live on BT Sport.
The Northern Irishman takes on Horacio Garcia on Saturday night, his first fight since losing his world title to Leo Santa Cruz in January, at the top of a fantastic bill that includes two world title fights.
Jamie Conlan challenges Jerwin Ancajas for the IBF world super flyweight title while Zolani Tete takes on Sibioniso Gonya for the WBO world bantamweight title.
Double Olympic medallist Paddy Barnes will also fight for the WBO European flyweight title.
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Carl Frampton v Horacio Garcia
Former two-weight world champion Carl Frampton attempts to get back to winning ways when he faces Mexican Horacio Garcia in his comeback bout in Belfast.
The 30-year-old returns to the ring for the first time since he lost his world title to Leo Santa Cruz in California in January and fights for the first time on BT Sport since singing with Frank Warren.
Garcia has failed to live up to the high expectations that were placed on him early in his career, but will know an upset victory over Frampton could propel him into his own world title tilt.
“He's a typical Mexican warrior, he's tough and he's game and he'll try and put it on me in front of my home crowd,” said Frampton. “He has never been stopped in his career and it will be good to get a fight in against a live opponent before I get one of the big boys in the New Year.”
The fight is also Frampton’s first contest with new trainer Jamie Moore, having previously been coached by Shane McGuigan.
“For the last two years I've been looking forward to the day I retire, but now I'm enjoying boxing again,” added Frampton.
"I want to put last year behind me and get back to winning ways.”
Jamie Conlan v Jerwin Ancajas
Fan-favourite Jamie Conlan gets his shot at the IBF world super-flyweight title when he challenges Jerwin Ancajas.
The 31-year-old, who has won all of his 19 contests as a professional, will hope home advantage can inspire him to a career best performance against the Filipino.
Ancajas won the belt with a unanimous points victory over McJoe Arroyo last year and has since successfully defended his title against Jose Alfredo Rodriguez and Teiru Kinoshita.
Zolani Tete v Sibioniso Gonya
Zolani Tete makes the first defence of his WBO world bantamweight title against fellow South African Siboniso Gonya.
Tete won the governing body's interim belt back in April, outscoring Arthur Villanueva by a wide margin in emphatic points win over the Filipino. The WBO then elevated Tete to full world champion status after the Marlon Tapales was stripped of his belt.
With the win, Tete became a two-weight world champion, having previously held the IBF super-flyweight title following his devastating knockout victory over Paul Butler in 2015.
Gonya, who hails from the Kwazulu-Natal province, holds a record of 11-1 and will need to put in the fight of his life if he will be able to wrestle the title from Tete’s grasp.
The rest of the undercard
Undefeated super-middleweight prospects Darryll Williams and Lennox Clarke battle it out for the English title while Paddy Barnes challenges for the WBO European flyweight strap.
There are also run outs for Jono Carroll, Marco McCullough and Tommy McCarthy.
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