Find out some secrets from some of the biggest names in the game on Seconds Out
Last Updated: 07/03/14 11:18am
Hard hits, the odd-low blow but plenty of laughs and the sides of boxers you never knew... welcome to Seconds Out.
Our exclusive quickfire Q&A will put the biggest names in the game under the spotlight.
Be they world champions, young prospects or former superstars, we put them through their paces.
It is not all about their boxing skills and secrets either as we quiz them a lot, lot more about their life outside the ring.
Family, food, films, football, it's all there, folks, so click on the videos below to see what your hero will reveal...
IS: Current British and Commonwealth champion
FAVOURITE FOOTBALL EVER: I liked Eric Cantona when I was younger, so I am going to stick with him still. I think he just made it look so easy.
BILLY JOE SAUNDERS
IS: Current British, Commonwealth and Inter-Continental middleweight champion
BEST FIGHT YOU HAVE EVER SEEN: The best fight I've ever seen was probably on my site... bare-knuckle! But seriously the best fighter I've ever seen? You've got to go with the Gatti-Ward's.
IS: European super-bantamweight champion
MAYWEATHER OR PACQUIAO: I am a massive Pacquiao fan - my dog is called Manny - so I have to go for him.
IS: Boxing promoter
FIRST BOXING MEMORY: Being at White Hart Lane for Bruno v Bugner, my dad's first promotion. He didn't have a clue what he was doing and nor did I!
IS: The former British champion, English champion, Arena champion
GREATEST MOMENT SO FAR: Winning the British title against all the odds on a missive card on the undercard of Khan (v McCloskey). That was my best moment and I don't think I'll ever top that.
IS: Challenging for a world title
GREATEST MOMENT SO FAR: Beating James DeGale at the 02 Arena. Having that many people coming to support me in what turned out to be a huge fight - that was only a British title fight.
IS: A middleweight contender
ANY FIGHT DAY RITUALS: I have to have a cold shower before I leave the hotel.
FROM:Grand Rapids, Michigan
IS:The 12-time world champion... in five different divisions
IF I COULD FACE ANYONE: There's a couple of guys that I didn't get in the ring with but wished I had. And there is a still a possibility with one of them... Bernard Hopkins.
IS: London 2012 gold medallist
NIGHT IN WITH THE MISSUS OR NIGHT OUT WITH THE LADS: It's nice to have a night in with the missus, but a few laughs out with the lads? It's 50-50... actually 60-40 to the missus!
IS: Former British and European champion and four-time world title challenger
FIRST BOXING MEMORY: I walked into Brendan Ingle's gym when I was six years old with my first set of boxing gloves - and I ripped them the very first day!
FROM: New York
IS: Two-time champion of the world
DeNIRO OR PACINO: That's a tough one because they're both really good. But I think I have to lean towards DeNiro because I tend to likle his movies more... but it's not because I think he is any better an actor than Pacino.
FROM: East Anglia
IS: London 2012 bronze medallist
FAVOURITE PUNCH: Whatever lands really! A big right hand... a left hook... whatever lands I'm happy with!
IS: Former undisputed Super-Middleweight Champion of the World
IF I COULD FACE ANYONE: If our paths would have crossed, Carl Froch.
IS: Professional boxer, undefeated, 21 and 0.
BEST FIGHT YOU'VE EVER SEEN: Bernard Dunne-Ricardo Cordoba. I was there, actually there and it was an awesome fight!
IS: Former British, Commonwealth and European light-middleweight champion
FIRST BOXING MEMORY: Would be Nigel Benn fighting Michael Watson and the only part I can still remember is Watson knocking Benn out with a jab!
IS: Current WBO lightweight champion
FAVOURITE PUNCH: Although I am right-handed, I hit harder with my left so I have to go with my left bodyshot.
IS: A Sky Sports Scholar in Boxing
FAVOURITE BOXER: It's propbably Muhammad Ali just because I remember walking into the gym for the first time at the age of 12 and seeing his poster in there!
IS: A Sky Sports Scholar in Boxing
NELSON OR McCRORY: Erm... I'm not going to answer that one. Next time I come in here I'll be in trouble if I answer it!
IS: Former European Super-Bantamweight champion
IF I COULD FACE ANYONE: I think I would've liked to face Marco Antonio Barrera. At the time he was the number one in my division and I was ranked number two. That was a fight I craved.
IS: A middleweight
MY FAVOURITE EVER FOOTBALLER? For years it used to be [Gianfranco] Zola but after his performances and how many times he has got us out of trouble... [Didier] Drogba.
FROM: Sefton, Liverpool, now based in Bolton
IS: Former WBC super-middleweight champion of the world
IF I COULD FACE ANYONE? It will be Joe Calzaghe again! I'm waiting for that (second) fight still... and I would do it tomorrow! If I got a call and somebody put it on I'd take it!
AGE: Shrouded in mystery... and is staying that way!
IS: Former cruiserweight champion of the world
IF I WASN'T A BOXER? If I wasn't a boxer I'd probably have wanted to be an actor because I had quite a career in it. I even auditioned for James Bond.
AGE: Next question
IS: Former cruiserweight world champion
FAVOURITE PUNCH? A dirty little uppercut! I broke the nose of the Aussie Adam Watt and it knocked him out. You don't see it coming but when it gets you, all you hear is the crack!
IS: British and Commonwealth lightweight champion
BEST FIGHT EVER? Micky Ward and Arturo Gatti. I still watch them today, every one of them was a great fight so credit to both of them for being part of it. Unbelievable!
AGE: 27 (was 26 at the time!)
IS: World title contender
FIRST BOXING MEMORY? Walking onto the gym and seeing Johnny Nelson, Ryan Rhodes and Naz, sparing in the ring. I looked up to them... I was that young kid!
IS: Four-time, two-weight world champion
FAVOURITE FIGHTER: It was Roberto Duran. I felt blessed that I met him on several occasions and I tried to model myself on him in several ways, not just in fighting terms or technical ways. He was a man of the people.