After a two month break, the new British boxing season is upon us and we’ve already had a tantalising taster of what is to come on August 17th with two very contrasting outcomes for British boxers. There was the feel good story of the year as the injury plagued Darren Barker captured the IBF middleweight title in a pulsating fight with Daniel Geale. And of course there was the crushing disappointment of Nathan Cleverly being pulverised by the Russian monster Sergey Kovalev, losing his WBO belt in the process. On Saturday night in Scotland, Ricky Burns will launch the new season proper with a tough but very winnable clash with Raymundo Beltran. The week after in Rotherham though sees a British title fight between two unbeaten super-bantamweight prospects in Kid Galahad and James ‘Jazza’ Dickens and this is where British fight fans should be excited for the coming season. The past couple of years have seen a lot of talk about some British boxers not fighting each other whilst the iron is hot. For every DeGale vs Groves, there was a Macklin vs Barker or a Fury vs Price. The new never ending saga appears to be Quigg vs Frampton. This is a fight that continues to annoy every journalist who is forced to ask the questions on it even though the fight is as close to being made as the England football team to winning the World Cup. But maybe 2013 is the year when things begin to change? It’s already been a great year for boxing worldwide with fights like Mayweather vs Alvarez and Garcia vs Matthysse actually being made rather than talked about. And this has been the case in the UK as well. We already have the biggest domestic heavyweight fight for 20 years in Haye vs Fury and a bubbling grudge match between Groves vs Froch signed and sealed. Add to that we have the highly anticipated Saunders vs Ryder, Matthews vs Woodhouse and Ekundayo vs Foot fights and we have some potential classics in store in the next two months at least. Of course the personal differences between certain promoters and TV deals mean that some of hottest fights in Britain are very difficult to make or simply won’t happen at all. As much as they hate each other, the chances of Saunders facing Eubank Jnr are slim at best because of the different TV networks. Yet there are certainly some great all British fights that be made this year. A lot of these predictions will depend on results of fights that are already scheduled or expected to be made in the next couple of weeks, but if everything goes to plan, here are top all British clashes that can realistically be made this season.