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  1. Listen on 5 Live...

    Dubois v Gorman

    Dubois and Gorman

    It is worth remembering that next to no one believed Daniel Dubois and Nathan Gorman would get it on.

    Both young, undefeated and rising through the ranks, it was expected they would avoid one another in a bid to become bigger earners before doing this.

    If you still don't believe it is happening, you can listen to the action to be sure it is. The whole fight will be on BBC Radio 5 Live tonight and you can click play at the top of this page.

    Let Mike Costello tickle your ear buds with his stupendous commentary.

  2. Predictions: Fury goes for Gorman

    Dubois v Gorman

    Dubois v Gorman

    British former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury: "It reminds me of my fight against Dereck Chisora for the British title back in 2011 when were both 14-0. Chisora was higher ranked and more touted than me back then - the same as Dubois over Nathan. Even Frank Warren favoured Chisora to beat me and everybody else did. It's also a chubby guy v ripped guy. I fancy Nathan to beat him."

    BBC Radio 5 Live analyst Steve Bunce: "Suddenly they are thrown into a storm. These two shouldn't be fighting one another now. It should be 12 months away. I'm picking a draw. I'm not sitting on the fence, it's how I've seen it play out."

    Northern Ireland's former two-weight world champion Carl Frampton: "Credit to both boys for taking the fight so early in their careers. A loss doesn't mean the end and I wouldn't be surprised if they met again. Gorman is slick and a nice mover for a heavyweight - but I just fancy Dubois slightly."

    Josh Warrington, Britain's IBF world featherweight champion: "What a fight we have to look forward to - two young, unbeaten prospects, fighting for the British title. It's going to be fantastic. There are so many different opinions and it's got people talking. I am just going with Dubois. He is devastating when he hurts an opponent, and I think he could win early."

    Read more predictions here.

  3. A big heavyweight night...

    Welcome

    Gorman, Joyce and Dubois

    It's a heavyweight night at London's O2 Arena.

    Three big British names vying to nudge themselves closer to the division's giant names - the rewards massive, the risk substantial.

    Will Daniel Dubois or Nathan Gorman leave with the British heavyweight title and a dazzlingly bright future?

    And can Joe Joyce see off a dangerous American in Bryant Jennings - a win which would surely turn a few heads.