World Title challenger Kell Brook says he is ready to take on Shawn Porter in this weekend's fight in California.
The bout has been challenged several times and the Sheffield boxer has been waiting for 18 months to get a chance to take the belt.
He told John Shires his new fitness programme has him at the top of his game:
Kell Brook's fitness team say they are putting him through his paces so he can cope with any fight.
The Sheffield born boxer faces Shawn Porter this weekend for the IBF World Title.
Alan Ruddock told John Shires athletes are not always pleased to see him:
Sheffield boxer Kell Brook will finally compete for the IBF World Title this weekend after 18 months of waiting.
The fight has been cancelled several times, but Brook says he is now ready to take on Shawn Porter:
Hull's Olympic boxing champion Luke Campbell took to social media last night to thank his supporters as he made his professional return to the ring. The 26-year-old faced Craig Woodruff at Liverpool's Echo Arena after a five-month lay off while his father had treatment for cancer.
Campbell won on points against the Welshman to maintain his unbeaten record.
Liverpool was great tonight ?. Great positive support after my lay off, thank you. #alwaysaimtobebetter
Very awkward opponent 2night after 6months, styles make fights. Got the job done got better each rd n a great learner. Thank u 4the support?
Driffield boxer Curtis Woodhouse says he will not only manage to defend his British title tonight - but he will win in style. He takes on Glaswegian Willie Limond in his hometown and says the 'hostile' environment won't put him off.
Driffield boxer Curtis Woodhouse makes the first defence of his British title tonight, four months after announcing he was to retire! Curtis takes on Willie Limond in the Glaswegian's hometown looking to add the Commonwealth light welterweight title to his British crown.
It is a big weekend for one boxer from Doncaster who is out to make up for lost time when he fights on the undercard of the big Froch versus Groves rematch at Wembley Stadium.
Jamie McDonnell, who was last year stripped of his world bantamweight title, has the chance to become a double world champion, if he can get the better of his Thai opponent.
Chris Dawkes reports:
Boxing greats Frank Bruno and Johnny Nelson will take to the stage again for a special ringside event at the The Barnsley Metrodome this evening, where fans can hear all about their amazing careers.
Bruno famously started his professional heavyweight career in 1982 where he went undefeated in 20 fights, catching the attention of the world of boxing. His record stands at 45 fights, 40 wins and 38 of them by way of K.O.
Johnny Nelson, who's from Sheffield also started his professional career in the 1980's where he dominated the cruiserweight divisions on a global scale. Picking up 45 wins and 29 K.O's during that time.
Leeds boxer Josh Warrington defends his Commonwealth Featherweight title in Manchester tonight.
The 23 -year- old, who took the vacant crown with the first stoppage of his career in Hull last November - is up against the vastly more experienced Rendell Munroe, who's previously held both the Commonwealth and European belts.
The unbeaten Sheffield boxer Barry Awad - better known as Kid Galahad - takes the next step in his career tomorrow night, when he takes on Spain's Sergio Prado for the vacant European Super Bantamweight title at Pond's Forge.
The 24 year-old is trying to follow in the footsteps of another colourful Sheffield fighter - Prince Naseem Hamed - who almost exactly 20 years ago won a European title at the very same venue.
John Shires went to meet the title hopeful: