Carl Froch and George Groves will fight in a much-anticipated rematch on May 31, live inside a football stadium and live on Sky Sports Box Office.
If tussle two is as entertaining war one - which Froch emerged triumphant from thanks to a contentious ninth-round stoppage in November - we are in for a treat.
But sensational rematches have always been a huge part of the sport.
Boxing historian Bob Mee and Boxing News Editor Tris Dixon - who both expect Froch to edge Groves in their second contest - had their say on the issue when they entered the Ringside studio...
"If a fight is good, close or controversial people want to see it again. It's happened throughout time and we had a great rematch with Jack Dempsey-Gene Tunney, while Max Schmelling-Joe Louis was an amazing rematch that, because of World War II, became one of the most political fights of all time. We also had Sugar Ray Robinson-Randy Turpin and, going into the modern British era, Nigel Benn-Chris Eubank in front of 42,000 people at Old Trafford."
"Sometimes rematches just back up the first fight - George Foreman beating Joe Frazier, Shane Mosley beating Oscar de la Hoya - but others are different. I remember Micky Ward and Arturo Gatti had this really violent first fight which Ward won but then Gatti mixed up his style second time around and earned the victory."
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