Last weekend saw Roman Gonzalez lose his unbeaten record, while Gennady Golovkin was a narrow winner over Daniel Jacobs in a fight where GGG was made to look the most human he has in years.
I actually had Jacobs winning the fight, but it wasn't a robbery of a decision because so many of the Rounds were very, very closely contested and it comes down to whether you liked Jacobs' slickness or Golovkin's come forward attitude.
This week the main card that is drawing the attention of the fans will come from the Manchester Arena as Anthony Crolla tries to earn a measure of revenge over Jorge Linares having lost the first fight on a Unanimous Decision back in September. There is a half decent undercard put together too in a week where yet another big fight in England was announced as Kell Brook gets ready to defend his World title against Errol Spence Jr at Bramall Lane in May.
We should hear an announcement from Amir Khan in the next couple of weeks for his next fight and the British boxing scene continues to thrive.
It was also good to hear Dereck Chisora is going to get his chance to earn revenge over Robert Helenius when he travels to Helsinki to take on the home fighter. It has been a few years since Helenius received a very fortunate decision against Chisora, but the latter will head over to get the better of him and line up a World Title shot against Deontay Wilder.