Carl Froch and George Groves will go face-to-face for the second time on a Ringside Special...
The bitter rivals are in the studio together on Thursday and will kick off the countdown to their grudge match on November 23, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
It will be for two world titles and super-middleweight supremacy but far more than that when they finally get it on.
Froch is, of course, the champion, Groves the challenger. And neither of them like each other one bit.
They have gone face-to-face once when the fight was first announced and there was already no love lost, so expect the intensity to increase on Ringside Special!
Froch, who will be in his 12th world title fight, believes the challenger has not given him enough respect - but Groves believes the champion does not like being under pressure as the favourite.
The pair are both adamant they will win but the sparks are already flying, long before they climb in the ring in Manchester.
It will be verbal not physical on Thursday, but tune in and see for yourself just how much Froch and Groves want to win...
GRUDGE MATCH - We look at the long history of grudge matches over the years and welcome Barry Hearn and Ambrose Mendy. Both were involved with the Nigel Benn v Chris Eubank bouts in the 1990s and see similarities between those bouts and the contest in November featuring Froch and Groves
PREVIEW - We'll look ahead to a busy boxing weekend on Sky Sports as we feature live action from both sides of the Atlantic. In Hull, Olympic gold medallist Luke Campbell has his latest outing against Lee Connolly, while over in New York the big-punching Gennady Golovkin aims to continue his stunning knockout streak against Curtis Stevens
KELL BROOK's WIN - We also look back at a big night in Sheffield for Kell Brook and ask his promoter Eddie Hearn what's next for the Sheffield man
Watch Ringside Special, 6pm and 9pm, Thursday on Sky Sports 2.