Just one week on from Daniel Dubois vs Joe Joyce, another two top Frank Warren prospects lock horns in a fantastic 50-50 fight.
Both world title contender Anthony Yarde (20-1, 19KOs) and unbeaten champion Lyndon Arthur (17-0, 12KOs) put it all on the line in an equally risky match for both boxers.
BBN have provided all the details you need to know about the most anticipated British light-heavyweight title fight for many years.
The championship clash occurs on Saturday, December 5.
It takes place at the majestic Church House, London, in view of the world famous Westminster Abbey.
12 three-minute championship rounds at light-heavyweight - 175lbs.
'King' Arthur's Commonwealth light-heavyweight title is on the line.
UK fight fans can expect the 'Lion' and the 'King' to make their ringwalks any time around 10pm (GMT) on Saturday night, but boxing events are often subject to delays.
The event and TV coverage begins at 7:30pm and goes right up to midnight.
The event will stream live and exclusively on BT Sport 1 - £25 per month subscripton fees.
You can live stream the Queensberry Promotions event online via BT Sport website or BT Sport app - available to download for free on iOS and Android phones and tablets.
BBN will be providing LIVE updates on the night, right HERE
'Troble Maker' Michael Ramabeletsa (18-17, 8KOs) gets his well deserved primtime slot after years of toiling and upsetting unbeaten prospects on the road. The South African from Preston, who is the current English super-bantamweight champion, goes in against unbeaten hot prospect, Chris Bourke (8-0, 5KOs), with the vacant WBC International super-bantemweight belt winner.
Managed by Martin Bowers, 26-year-old Bourke won the Southern Area super-bantamweight title in his last fight in July against unbeaten Ramez Mahmood (11-1, 2KOs), but he gets his toughest test here against a man with a very deceptive record. The 39-year-old has beaten three undefeated prospects in a row, knocking out two of them and winning two titles.
This should be a really intruiging contest, which will likely swing back and forth for the full 10-rounds.
The fight takes place behind closed doors, with no spectators allowed.
Everything you ever need to know about Yarde vs Arthur HERE
Press Conference Quotes
Lyndon Arthur: "I've watched him go through the gears with the opponents he's faced and, with being from the same promotional team, it has always made sense for us to fight. We've both been winning, both been doing our thing, we're both British and, as everyone says, it makes for a great British dust-up. That is what it is going to be on the night.
We will see what happens on the night but I believe I am better and I believe I will win. I am not here to make the numbers up or be an opponent. I might be on the B-side right now but I am here to change that. I feel like I am special."
Anthony Yarde: "It is boxing, it is a compliment he wants to fight me and he will tell you himself I have done nothing but entertain and have done more than what was expected of me. That is how I've got to the level I am at so for me on Saturday night it is about doing the same thing. Being a better Anthony Yarde, being entertaining, being explosive and as smart as I can be.
A lot of people couldn't be here with what I have been through this year. Again, I didn't make any excuses and just got back in the ring. It is 'Lions in the Camp'."
It's thanks to tough man Dec Spelman (16-5, 8KOs) that this fight has been set up so spectacularly. The English champion from Scunthorpe fought Lyndon Arthur (17-0,12KOs) on the last day of July, then he jumped in the ring with Anthony Yarde (20-1, 19KOs) just six weeks later. He had a hard 12 rounds with Arthur, but was stopped for the first ever time in his six-year career by hard-hitting Yarde.
Yarde fell short at world title level against Krusher Kovalev (34-4-1, 29KOs) in August last year, despite coming seconds away from stopping the Russian in round eight. He has bounced back with two TKOs on the spin this year.
29-year-old Mancunian, Arthur, won his Commonwealth strap in October 2019 and defended it successfully to Spelman nine months later - both times winning via UD.
Mitch Mitchell fought Anthony Yarde on his debut in 2015, but is backing the other corner: "I think Lyndon will edge it on a points decision. He's more experienced, great defence and can hit hard also. Yarde is a slow starter, so if Arthur takes advantage of that, I think he will be off to a good start. Yarde is always very dangerous and very fit and hungry, so we will see who wants it more."
Check out all the predictions for Yarde-Arthur HERE
Tale of the Tape
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Betting Odds Supplied by Star Sports
KAROL ITAUMA (12st 12lb 3oz)
LEWIS VAN POETSCH (12st 10lb 9oz)
CHRIS BOURKE (8st 9lb 4oz)
MICHAEL RAMABELETSA (8st 8lb 8oz)
DENNIS MCCANN (8st 8lb 4oz)
PEDRO MATOS (8st 7lb 9oz)
ANTHONY YARDE (12st 6lb 5oz)
LYNDON ARTHUR (12st 6lb 3oz)
Anthony Yarde vs Lyndon Arthur
12x3 Commonwealth light-heavyweight title
Dennis McCann vs Pedro Matos
8x3 Super-bantamweight contest
Michael Ramabeletsa vs Chris Bourke
10x3 WBC International super-bantamweight title
Karol Itauma vs Lewis van Poetsch
6x3 Light-heavyweight contest
Muhammad Ali vs Jamie Quinn
4x3 Featherweight contest