BOXING fans have waited long enough for a mega fight to sink their teeth into – and December 5 promises to deliver FOUR huge contests.
Tyson Fury, Billy Joe Saunders, Luke Campbell and Errol Spence Jr all have their eye on the date for their return to action.
After vowing not to fight Deontay Wilder for a third time, Fury is set to hold his first fight on British shores in over two years in December.
Oscar Rivas, Efe Ajagba and Agit Kabayel are all in line for a shot at the WBC champion, who is planning a unification battle with Anthony Joshua in 2021.
Whether fans can attend the homecoming of the Gypsy King, 32, tipped for the Royal Albert Hall, remains to be seen.
But the match-up promises to be a fresh showcase of Fury at the top of his powers.
Down in the lightweight division, the WBC interim title is up for grabs when Luke Campbell faces Ryan Garcia.
American prospect Garcia, 22, faces the Hull brawler, 33, in the States attempting to extend his 20-0 record.
Campbell told Sky Sports ahead of the meeting: “He’s the one that’s there to win, because he’s the up and coming guy, but I’m excited by this opportunity to show the world what I’m really capable of doing.”
A third Brit could be in action on that night, with Billy Joe Saunders being lined up for his first fight in over a year.
Martin Murray and Rocky Fielding are reportedly in contention to face the 31-year-old as he looks to bounce back from a suspension for making a sick domestic violence joke in March.
Finally, fans are expected to be in attendance in Texas for Errol Spence Jr. versus Danny Garcia.
Originally scheduled for November, the WBC/IBF welterweight title fight has been put back to December 5.
Spence Jr, 30, remains unbeaten but has not fought since a horrific car crash in October of last year.