British boxing superstars David Haye and Joe Calzaghe will be in the Ringside studio on Thursday.
Former world heavyweight champion Haye is continuing his rehabilitation from shoulder surgery and will update us on his progress - and whether we are likely to ever see him in a ring again.
The Bermondsey boxer hasn't fought since the summer of 2012 when he settled his score with Dereck Chisora, but the 33-year-old has suggested recently he could be capable of a return.
In the meantime, he has been keeping a close eye on his division and will share his verdict on Bermane Stiverne's defeat of Chris Arreola, which saw the Haitian clinch Vitali Klitschko's vacated WBC belt last weekend.
Also on set will be Joe Calzaghe, along with former super-middleweight rival Richie Woodhall, who'll have their say Froch-Groves II.
The pair - who went head-to-head in the ring in 2000 - will discuss the recent developments ahead of the May 31 rematch between Carl Froch and George Groves and consider how each man will cope with the 80,000 capacity crowd at Wembley.
Also on this week's show...
CLEV'S BACK: We look ahead to the return of Nathan Cleverly. The Welshman - who has stepped up to cruiserweight after losing his world light-heavyweight title nine months ago - takes on Sean Corbin on Saturday. Victory in Cardiff could set Cleverly on course for a rematch with bitter rival Tony Bellew, who has also risen to 200lbs.
MIDWEEK FIGHT NIGHT: There's an extra Fight Night next Wednesday in Leeds where hometown boxer Josh Warrington defends his Commonwealth featherweight title against Northern Ireland's Martin Lindsay. We look ahead to that bout and preview the rest of the card, which sees a local match for the British title between holder Gavin McDonnell and Josh Wale.
NEWS: As ever, we'll bring you up to speed with the latest domestic and international boxing news and have exclusive fight action from one of our recent bills.
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