Unified super-welterweight champion Natasha Jonas (12-2-1, 8KOs) can move one step closer to undisputed providing she overcomes Marie Eve Dicaire (18-1-0, 1KO) in Manchester on Saturday night.
Jonas is in the form of her life having first picked up the WBO title at 154lbs with a second-round victory over Christian Namus in February.
A unanimous decision victory over Patricia Berghult then saw the WBC crown added to the Liverpudlian’s collection two months ago.
Beating Dicaire this weekend will add the IBF strap to the waist of Jonas.
The Canadian has however only lost once as a pro to pound-for-pound great Claressa Shields and poses Jonas’ sternest test yet since moving to super-welterweight earlier this year.
Victory for Jonas would however setup a mega undisputed showdown with WBA champion Terri Harper.
The pair fought to a draw down at super-featherweight in 2020.
Jonas felt she deserved to get the nod that night for the WBC title at 130lbs and would be eager to right that wrong next year providing she comes through this weekend unscathed.
The chief support sees British super-lightweight champion Dalton Smith (12-0-0, 10KOs) take on Birmingham’s Kaisee Benjamin (16-1-1, 6KOs).
Smith picked up the Lord Lonsdale belt with a stoppage victory over Sam O’Maison in August and looks to make the first defence of the strap over Benjamin on Saturday evening.
Benjamin has only lost once as a pro however and is on a nine-fight winning streak heading into the biggest fight of his career this weekend.
English middleweight champion Tyler Denny (14-2-3) also hopes to make the first defence of his title against popular Stratford fighter Brad Rea (14-0-0, 5KOs).
Denny overcame River Wilson-Bent via split-decision five months ago to pickup the belt.
Rea meanwhile is challenging for the first major title of his career so far and will hope to use his significant advantages in size and reach to his avail this weekend.
Tokyo 2020 super-heavyweight bronze medalist Frazier Clarke (3-0-0, 3KOs) also steps up against tough journeyman Kamil Sokolowski (11-26-3, 4KOs).
Clarke received a wealth of criticism regarding the matchmaking for his previous fight.
While the Burton-on-Trent man enters Saturday an overwhelming favourite, Sokolowski has proven to be a test for upcoming heavyweights.
The Poland man has only been stopped in four of his 26 defeats so far.
Further down the card, Coventry lightweight Dylan Cheema (7-0-0, 2KOs) returns in a six-round contest against Jordan Ellison (13-44-3, 1KO).
Cheema won the BOXXER Lightweight Series in April and was rewarded with a long-term deal with BOXXER and Sky Sports.
Cruiserweight Viddal Riley (6-0-0, 3KOs) also takes on fellow undefeated fighter Ross McGuigan (3-0-0) over six.
Jack Kilgannon (11-1-0, 3KOs) returns versus Meshack Mwankemwa (23-12-2, 14KOs) in a six-round middleweight contest.
Joe Gallagher prospect Clark Smith (2-0-0) also takes on Dale Arrowsmith (5-66-2, 1KO) in a four-round welterweight bout.