George Groves returns to the Ringside to offer us an exclusive review of his extraordinary defeat to world super-middleweight champion Carl Froch.
The 'Saint' produced an enthralling display in Manchester, dropping the Nottingham man in the first round and dominating until referee Howard Foster Jr incurred the wrath of the crowd by stopping the bout in favour of Froch in the ninth.
Fans, pundits and other boxers alike condemned the decision and Groves, who was quick to demand a rematch with the 36-year-old, will be sitting down with Jonny Nelson and Adam Smith to discuss the fight in depth.
As well as looking back on the night of his life, Groves will be lifting the lid on where else he may be looking for his next bout.
The likes of Robert Stieglitz and even Andre Ward have been mentioned, but Johnny believes a second fight with James DeGale would also generate national interest.
Elsewhere, there's all the build-up ahead of Tony Bellew's bid to snatch the WBC light-heavyweight title from the heavy-handed Adonis Stevenson in Canada - a fight you can see live with Sky Sports on Saturday night.
The Liverpudlian is expected to use his boxing skills to negate the power of the champion and we'll have the inside track from his training camp as they construct a gameplan which will hopefully see him achieve his lifelong ambition.
Continuing the Canadian theme, we'll be talking to former heavyweight George Chuvalo, who is widely considered to be one of the toughest men to ever step into a boxing ring.
The Toronto fighter, now 76, will look back on his career and also discuss the hardships he endured outside of the ropes, while Glenn McCrory and Nicky Piper will be on set to deliver their views on the big boxing news.
So don't miss Ringside, 6pm, Thursday, Sky Sports 2.