If the fight is as entertaining as the verbal barbs that have already been traded, then David Haye's showdown with Tyson Fury is going to be a cracker.
The British boxers - Fury, in particular - have not been shy in questioning their opponent's ability and bigging up their own, and you will be able to see if the pugilists back up their words in the ring on September 28, live on Sky Sports HD Box Office.
Sky Sports will be the place to be in the build-up to the bout, too, as we provide you with plenty of Haye-Fury news on skysports.com, Sky Sports News HD and on our weekly boxing programme, Ringside.
That will prepare you for what is sure to be a right royal rumble at the Manchester Arena on the final Saturday of September between two of the most controversial and captivating figures in the heavyweight division.
Haye, as a former cruiserweight and heavyweight world champion, has the greater pedigree and a vaster wealth of experience, and the 31-year-old will be hoping a win over Fury can propel him into another fight with a Klitschko, following his points reverse to Wladimir in the summer of 2011.
However, Fury, 24, has yet to be conquered as a pro, registering a ledger of 21-0 after recent victories over Americans Kevin Johnson and Steve Cunningham, and, standing at 6ft 9in tall, will have the size advantage over Haye.
Haye and Fury are two very unpredictable characters but their fight is guaranteed to produce fireworks, so make sure you don't miss it!