Prizefighter - Light-middleweights
By Adam Norman: Twitter @SkySportsNorm. Last Updated: November 2, 2012 2:52pm
Prizefighter - Light-middleweights III contenders
Saturday sees Prizefighter - Light Middleweights III, the final edition of the eight-man knockout tournament in 2012.
The famous York Hall in Bethnal Green plays host to the event and the Sky Sports cameras will once again bring you all the action as it happens.
This event features several fighters on the fringe of domestic honours and victory for any one could see them catapulted up the rankings andin sight of British champion Brian Rose.
A feature of this event sees promoters Matchroom offering a £2,000 bonus for any knockout victories, so expect the bombs to fly!
Check out the profiles of our eight contestants...
Quietly fancied by some, Valentine is making a go of it after missing almost two years, stopping the promising Ryan Aston in July to collect the Midlands Area title. Curtis can bang, with four of five wins coming by KO, so will be eyeing that bonus. If the draw is kind he can reach the final.
Sky Bet odds: 5/1
Better than his record suggests, the active Carruthers has been in with some of Britain's best talents in recent times. Dominant against Adnan Amar and competitive in fights with Chris Eubank Jr and Eamonn O'Kane, he could be a surprise package. May get the chance to avenge a stoppage loss to Kris Carslaw two years ago.
Sky Bet odds: 16/1
Londoner Toms brings plenty to the table although is unlikely to be the last man standing. Three knockout defeats in the past 12 months suggest a weakness others will look to expose - English champion Erik Ochieng got to him in five last time out.
Sky Bet odds: 20/1
From: Stoke Newington
Not a great deal is known about the Nigerian-born East Londoner, although the bookmakers are rightly wary of manager Spencer Fearon's charge. Has impressed in two outings this year and looking to make up for lost time in front of his local crowd.
Sky Bet odds: 7/2
A solid operator at domestic level, the Scot went 14-0 until he dropped a narrow decision to Matthew Hall last year. A brave challenge to British champion Brian Rose came up a little short in June but got back on track with an early knockout win just a fortnight ago.
Sky Bet odds: 7/1
Dave Coldwell's prodigy has built up a big fanbase in his hometown after some thrilling displays at the Magna Centre, but now is the time to step up. Latest victory over Nathan Graham was his best yet and not without a chance.
Sky Bet odds: 14/1
Formerly based at the Wild Card gym in California, McEwan returned to Scotland in a bid to claim domestic honours after falling short against fellow title contenders Andy Lee and Peter Quillin. However, he has been unable to secure any fights with the UK's top middleweights and is now hoping the drop to 11st reaps its rewards. A worthy favourite but needs to win to give himself a route back to the big time.
Sky Bet odds: 13/8
Gets a second bite at the Prizefighter cherry after he was stopped by Robert Lloyd Taylor in the semi-finals just over a year ago. Two wins this year but plenty to prove at this level.
Sky Bet odds: 16/1