I think we have been here before have we not?
A dismantling as we expected. But it wasn't all short combat action tonight. Dillian Whyte edged a barnstormer against Dereck Chisora, while Kal Yafai became a super-flyweight world champion.
But Anthony Joshua is the headliner, his 18 fights have averaged less than three rounds. He is a wrecking ball. Or so we think...
On 29 April we will know a lot more about him. Because this is on. Let the talking begin - boxing is good at that side of things. There will be chatter, analysis, predictions. All many of us want is a true test. One Olympic champion v another, surely we will get it.
For now, goodnight. Thanks for your tweets and company. You've been brilliant, a darn side better than Eric Molina.