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Last Updated: 11/12/10 3:41pm
King Khan and The Brit Pack is almost here!
The night, live on Sky Box Office HD, will bring you the very best in British boxing from Las Vegas and Liverpool.
Top of the bill is Amir Khan's world-title defence against Marcos Maidana from the Mandalay Bay but before that, our brightest young things will be out to do the business a little closer to home.
If you can't watch the action, you can follow it right here on skysports.com.
From 8pm, we will be bringing you updates with our live blog - round-by-round updates, reports and reaction from both bills as well as the chance for you to join in our interactive chat.
It promises to be an action-packed evening and a long one as well! Before it all kicks off, let us mark your card with what you can expect... with scheduled fight times.
Kell Brook v Philip Kotey (8.00pm)
WBO Inter-Continental Welterweight title
The Kid kicks it all off against late replacement and unknown Ghanaian Kotey. Brook is ranked number one by the WBO and can close in on a world-title shot with another win. Kotey is off the boxing radar but is a preferred sparring partner of Joshua Clottey, who took Manny Pacquiao the distance. Brook says it ends in four.
Matthew Macklin v Ruben Veron (9.00pm)
European Middleweight title
Macklin is another with a world title on his mind and an impressive win here could move him closer to a shot at none other than Sergio Martinez. Varon from Spain, says there is more chance of him becoming King of England than winning a world belt, but the European champ is on a roll.
Nathan Cleverly v Nadjib Mohammedi (10.00pm)
WBO Interim Light-Heavyweight title
The Welshman has had to re-think after his initial opponent pulled out on Wednesday - and finds himself with a better replacement to deal with. Frenchman Mohammedi is the European Union champion and has lost one in 24. But Cleverly is headed for a world-title shot and is convinced a stoppage win is on the cards.
Paul Smith v James DeGale (11.00pm)
British Super-Middleweight title
The fight of the night from Liverpool. Local hero and champion Smith says DeGale will be out of his depth and against 11,500 screaming scousers. The confident challenger says that, and the 12-round distance, will be a help not a hindrance. Weigh-in shenanigans have put this well and truly on the boil!
Tony Bellew v Ovill McKenzie (Midnight)
Commonwealth Light-Heavyweight title
Heavy-handed Evertonian Bellew will have the crowd behind him but McKenzie is known as 'The Upspetter' and Prizefighter fans will know he is a tough man to top. But Bellew is looking forward to the big stage and says boxing under pressure will bring the very best out of him,
From Las Vegas
Joan Guzman v Jason Davis (1.30am)
Former super-featherweight and lightweight world champ Guzman starts his bid to become a three-weight king in the first of our fights from the Mandalay Bay. Davis should provide a nice introduction to the division having lost six on the spin - and was stopped by Breidis Prescott in three in May.
Victor Ortiz v Lamont Peterson (2.40)
Goldeny Boy expect big things from Vicious Victor, who beat Khan in the amateurs but lost to Maidana in June 2006 humdinger. He is ranked number one by the WBA, the talented Peterson fourth and the winner is likely to be waiting for the winner of the main event.
Amir Khan v Marcos Maidana (not before 3.00am)
WBA Light-Welterweight title
The big one as Khan makes his Vegas debut against the KO artist from Argentina. Khan is Golden Boy's big hope, Freddie Roach's pet project and Manny Pacquiao's stablemate, so has it all there to take America by storm. He has the skills and speed to school Maidana but if he gets caught with a big right, anything could happen...