Both Sheffield boxer Kell Brook and Doncaster fighter Gavin McDonnell will both weigh in later today ahead of their title fights.
Brook's defending his Welterweight world crown with McDonnell fighting for the European Super Bantamweight belt at the Motorpoint arena in Sheffield.
Doncaster's Gavin McDonnell takes on the unbeaten Ukrainian Alexander Egorov for the vacant European Super Bantamweight title at the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield this Saturday.
It was exactly five years ago when his identical twin brother Jamie won his european title that Gavin decided he too could become a champion.
John Shires has been talking to him, and we must warn you that his report contains flash photography:
Kell Brook has vowed not to make the same mistake as the man from whom he ripped the world crown when he makes the first defence of his IBF welterweight title in Sheffield on Saturday night.
Brook faces mandatory challenger Jo Jo Dan at Sheffield Arena and insists he has no plans to let go of the title he worked so hard to win:
Olympic gold medal winning boxer Luke Campbell returns to the gym where he learned his trade today.
He will be at St Paul's Boxing Academy in Hull encouraging more people to take up volunteer roles in the sport.
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Luke Campbell scored an emotional third-round knockout in his home city of Hull on Saturday as he beat Levis Morales.
Olympic champion Campbell initially pulled out of the fight because of the ill health of his father, but with the blessing of his family he made a late decision to return to the bill.
The 27-year-old lightweight maintained his perfect professional record, extending it to 11 wins, putting his Nicaraguan opponent down at the end of the second and then again at the start of the third.
That was enough for referee Howard Foster, whose decision to call the fight off came at the same time a white towel appeared from Morales' corner.
I've turned the negatives into positives, and I was excited to be here tonight, making my family proud.
It was a family decision to fight, to give everyone something to look forward to. There's nothing better for me than boxing in Hull, the love I get is priceless.
It was very difficult. I pulled out of the show for quite a while. I never intended to box on this show.
My dad will be watching at home as proud as punch. I love you dad, keep fighting.
Hull's Olympic champion Luke Campbell steps into the ring tonight in his home city after making an unlikely u-turn.
Campbell, who won Gold at London 2012, had pulled out of the event at Hull's Ice Arena to spend more time with his father Bernard who is battling cancer.
But after consultation with his family he is back on the bill and will fight Nicaraguan Levis Morales. Meanwhile, headlining the card will be fellow Hull boxer Tommy Coyle, who takes on former British champion Martin Gethin.
There is a big night of boxing in store in Hull on Saturday as local heroes Luke Campbell and Tommy Coyle both return to action in their home town.
Olympic champion Campbell had pulled out of the bill at Hull's Ice Arena after his father's health deteriorated, but after talking it over with his family he decided to fight and today weighed in at Princes Quay shopping centre.
Chris Dawkes reports.
Leeds boxer Josh Warrington has announced his next fight will be a world title eliminator.
The Yorkshireman takes on Dennis Tubieron at the First Direct Arena on 11 April, with the winner in line to face world featherweight champion Jhonny Gonzalez.
Warrington, 24, got some crucial rounds under his belt with the stoppage of Edwin Tellez in Berlin at the weekend.
Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn has urged Amir Khan to swallow his pride and fight Sheffield's world welterweight champion Kell Brook this summer.
Khan, a former world champion, is said to be waiting to take on the winner of the showdown between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao.
However, Hearn insists a fight against Brook would be the better option.