Britain’s Chantelle Cameron (16-0-0, 8KOs) and Zelfa Barrett (28-1-0, 16KOs) face the sternest tests of their careers so far against world-class opposition in Abu Dhabi.
Coverage of the main card is set to start at 5:30pm UK time.
The card will see a host of British talent competing at the Etihad Arena on the undercard of WBA light-heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol (20-0-0, 11KOs) defending his title against Mexican Gilbero Ramirez (44-0-0, 30KOs).
The bout marks Bivol’s first since defeating Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez in May.
Unified super-lightweight champion Cameron looks to collect all four governing body belts against Illinois’ Jessica McCaskill (12-2-0, 5KOs).
The latter is stepping down from welterweight where she already holds the status of undisputed champion and looks to become only the second fighter to hold that title in two separate weight divisions.
Cameron meanwhile has hardly put a foot wrong in sixteen outings and victory on Saturday will see the Northampton fighter become the first English undisputed champion in the four-belt era.
A mega showdown with pound-for-pound star Katie Taylor could lie on the horizon for the winner on Saturday as the Irish fighter looks to land a long-awaited homecoming bout at Dublin’s Croke Park.
Taylor handed McCaskill the second of her two professional defeats five years ago and Cameron has long spoken about her desire to take on Taylor in a pro ring.
Manchester super-featherweight Barrett meanwhile enters Saturday night as underdog against Tajikistan’s Shavkat Rakhimov (16-0-1, 13KOs) for the IBF title at 130lbs.
Barrett took the fight at six weeks notice after former champion Joe Cordina was stripped of the title after pulling of his first defence against Rakhimov through hand injury.
Rakhimov holds an impressive stoppage victory over former world title challenger over Mazinga Fuzile and also held former world champion Joseph Diaz to a majority draw for the same title last year.
Barrett meanwhile claimed the European title in his last outing with a dominant victory over Faroukh Kourbanov and a win on Saturday will prove one of the most impressive by a British fighter in 2022.
Tokyo 2020 Olympic flyweight gold medalist Galal Yafai (2-0-0, 2KOs) makes his third pro appearance versus Gohan Rodriguez Garcia (12-1-1, 1KO) at flyweight.
Yafai is yet to go beyond five rounds in the professional ranks and is scheduled for his third ten-rounder this weekend against Mexico’s Garcia.
Galal’s brother Kal Yafai (26-1-0, 15KOs) returns to the ring for the first time since his sole pro defeat to Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez in 2020.
Moving up from super-flyweight to bantamweight, Yafai takes on the Philippines’ Jerald Paclar (16-5-3, 9KOs) over ten rounds as he begins the journey to becoming a two-division champion.
Campbell Hatton (8-0-0, 2KOs) returns at lightweight in a six-round contest against Denis Bartos (9-5-0, 6KOs).
Hatton has won every round in his last two outings, with the previous two before that coming via stoppage.
Super-featherweight prospect Aqib Fiaz (9-0-0) returns in a six-round contest versus Diego Valtierra (6-5-2, 2KOs).