In a bout that can certainly be described as a grudge fight, "The Hayemaker", David Haye, in his first bout in over a year, takes on Dereck Chisora at Boleyn Ground, West Ham, England tonight.
For both men, this heavyweight 10 rounder is their first fight since the unfortunate scenes in Munich in February following Chisora's excellent challenge to WBC king Vitali Klischko.
Haye's last fight was also against a Klitschko and he was also defeated over the 12 round course against Wladimir last July in a title unification fight.
Much has been said about the disgraceful scenes that took place before and after Chisora's title fight. Certainly there is no condoning what happened, from Chisora's slap and spit in the face of both brothers pre-fight and the Haye-Chisora brawl post-fight. There is certainly no excuse.
The most unfortunate situation, however, from Chisora's point of view was that in the ring, "Del Boy" had given Vitali his most challenging title fight since his loss to Lennox Lewis in 2003.
For both Haye and Chisora, this fight is the chance of redemption. Haye, for all his talk against Wladimir Klitschko, was widely beaten. Chisora, although excellent against Vitali, let himself down with his behavior bot pre and post-fight.
With all the nonsense aside, this could actually be an excellent fight. Chisora has a cast iron chin and durability. Haye has the big punch and speed. A perfect clash of styles.
The sensible opinions on this fight state two possible outcomes. Haye could blast Chisora out early utilising his superior speed and power. The other one is that Chisora could grind down Haye and stop him late or get a points decision.
Those two results could very well happen but I'll go for the third scenario in this one. Haye, after failing to get a KO from his big bombs, is drawn into a scrap down the stretch but manages to win a hard fought decision.
Whatever happens, I think we will get our money's worth!