Tonight in Panama, WBA bantam champ Anselmo Moreno puts his world title in danger as he faces the challenge of Nehomar Cermeno in a rematch at Arena Roberto Duran in Panama City.
Moreno, 29-1-1 (10), won the initial contest between the pair back in March, posting a hard fought split decision in Cermeno's homeland of Venezuela.
This time, the fighting will take place in Moreno's locale and the 25 year old southpaw has vowed to earn a clear cut victory.
But 30 year old Cermeno, 19-1 (11), who lost a point last time out, will obviously have other plans designed to spoil Moreno's homecoming.
Moreno will have the advantage of having had the greater experience that comes with six successful title defenses while Cermeno brings the better punching power but must not allow himself to be outboxed tonight if he is to unseat the champion.
The undercard sees a bout for the Interim WBA middleweight title between two big punchers: Colombian light middle Milton Nunez, 21-1-1 (19), and Gennady Golovkin, 18-0 (15).
Golovkin has shared the ring with the better competition and will likely represent a step up for Nunez, who will be hard pressed to come emerge the winner of this clash.
Interim WBA flyweight ruler Luis Concepcion, 20-1 (15), faces ex-WBO light fly title challenger Wilfrido Valdez, 25-6-3 (18), over an eight round non-title contest.