Jamel Herring defends his WBO super-featherweight world title against Carl Frampton tonight.
The American has held the title for almost two years and has made two successful defences.
But he faces his toughest challenge so far against a man bidding to make history as Ireland’s first three-weight world champion.
Frampton has already won belts at super-bantamweight and featherweight and will tonight attempt to cap off a stunning career in fitting fashion.
The fight was originally due to be held in London earlier this year but will now take place in Dubai.
And you can find all you need to know about the bout right here…
What time is the fight on?
The fight is expected to start just after 10pm UK time which is just after 1am local time in Dubai.
How to watch on TV and via live stream
The main event will be shown on Channel 5 in the UK with the broadcast starting at 10pm. The fight can also be streamed on your PC or mobile device using the Channel 5 player.
The fights are also expected to be streamed on the iFL TV YouTube channel.
Who is on the undercard?
Tursynbay Kulakhmet vs Heber Rondon
Donnie Nietes vs Pablo Carrillo
Zhankosh Turarov vs Tyrone McKenna
Faizan Anwar vs Evgenii Vazem
Keyshawn Davis vs Richman Ashelley
Fahad Al Bloushi vs Suraj
Carl Frampton 5/6
Jamel Herring 5/6
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Carl Frampton is determined to make history tonight as a tribute to his late mentor Billy McKee.
McKee was Frampton’s first amateur coach at the Midland Boxing Club in his native Tiger’s Bay in Belfast.
He guided him from the age of seven and was his hero until he passed away in February.
Frampton was gutted by McKee’s death and says he will dedicate his victory to him if he can dethrone Jamel Herring to become Ireland’s first three-weight world champion.
“There have been people who have helped me along the way, but a big influence on my career is Billy McKee and he just recently passed away,” said the Ulsterman. “He was my old amateur trainer.
“That’s a real motivating factor for me because I know he was one of my biggest supporters. I would love to dedicate this win to Billy and that’s what I intend to do.”
McKee was an inspiration for Frampton and a role model because of his attitude to life.
“I wanted to emulate Billy in his approach to life,” he said. “He was just a straight man, said things the way they were, he talked straight to people.
“He was a hard wee man, who never took s**t. Everybody I know respected Billy McKee. He was just a great man, one of the best men I have ever met.”
Frampton, 34, is driven by his quest to make history and join Bob Fitzsimmons, Ricky Burns and Duke McKenzie as Britain’s only three-weight world champions.
The Jackal has already won the unified super-bantamweight title and WBA Super featherweight crown and knows victory tonight in Dubai will cement his legacy.
“I use that as motivation,” he said. “The chance to become a three-weight world champion and make history, of course that’s a motivating factor for me.
“I’m very proud of what I’ve done in my career, but the chance to go down as the only ever three-weight world champion from the whole island of Ireland – one of the only British fighters to ever do it as well – I would join an elite bunch of global fighters.
“I’m so determined to make it happen, it would mean the world to me.”