Manchester boxer Tyson Fury is on a collision course with fellow British heavyweight, Dereck Chisora.
Both fighters won at London's Copper Box Arena last night.
Fury needed just four rounds to emerge victorious from a slug-fest with Joey Abell.
Fury took some heavy shots in the first two rounds, and there was a moment of controversy when he caught his opponent after the break in the third.
The referee took no action and Fury repeatedly sent his opponent to the canvas - and when it happened a fourth time, that proved to be the end with the referee stepping in.
Chisora, beaten by Fury in 2012, was untroubled in his win over New Jersey fighter Kevin Johnson, claiming the contest 118-109, 118-110 and 118-109 on the judges' scorecards, with a likely fight against Fury next up.
The winner of that contest would almost certainly claim a world title shot.