This Saturday night on a Fight Academy Promotion at Hallam FM Arena in Sheffield, England, IBF Light Heavyweight Champion Clinton Woods attempts to improve his first victory over Julio Gonzalez when they meet in the ring.
In a career spanning 13 years, the 35 year old Woods, 40-3-1 (24), still clamours for the big money matchup.
A year on from his last fight in which he entered a career best performance to finally beat Glen Johnsonm many feel that he is going over old ground by fighting Gonzalez again.
Born in Mexico but now a resident of Huntington Beach, California, Gonzalez, 42-3 (25), has earned this chance on the back of an eliminator win over Woods old foe Jason DeLisle back in November of 2005.
At 31, Gonzalez still has plenty to offer but I get the feeling in this one that once again he is made for Woods.
Certainly when they last met two years ago in the same arena, Gonzalez had no answer to the ever improving boxing smarts and tenacity of the Sheffield based champion.
Come Saturday night, I feel a similar fight to the first one will occur.
Gonzalez will be fired up as anyone would be in a world title bid, but I feel his dreams will not be fulfilled as Woods is likely to win another lopsided decision.