The biggest heavyweight clash in British boxing since Lennox Lewis v Frank Bruno in 1993 sees David Haye defend his WBA title against Audley Harrison on Saturday 13 November
Haye, 30, defended his WBA crown in April with a ninth round TKO win over John Ruiz. The Bermondsey-born fighter was hoping to fight one of the Klitschko brothers...
... but frustrated by the Ukranians, Haye chose Sydney Games gold medallist and former sparring partner Harrison as his next opponent after the 39-year-old beat Michael Sprott to win the EBU heavyweight title in April
Haye has trained mostly in Britain and weighed in at 15st Żlb (95.5kg) - the lightest he has ever been since moving up to heavyweight
Harrison prepared at a mountain camp in California and goes into Saturday's big clash at the Manchester MEN Arena more than three stones heavier
Former world heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis, who was at Friday's weigh-in, said: "David is great on his feet and moves well in the ring. Audley needs to put his weight on him, get that right jab working."
Fight night arrives, and two former British world heavyweight champions - Lennox Lewis and Frank Bruno - are cheered by the sell-out MEN Arena crowd
The fight begins with Harrison showing little, if any aggression, as Haye tries unsuccessfully to land a punch on his elusive opponent
Harrison continues to do his best to keep out of danger in round two, but it is surely only a matter of time until the 'Hayemaker' catches up with him
Sure enough, Haye's superior speed around the ring sees him creating openings in Harrison's defence, and the blows start to land on the challenger
In the third round Harrison is pinned to the ropes by Haye, and the 2000 Olympic heavyweight champion eventually hits the canvas
Harrison gets to his feet, but Haye is not to be denied and moves in to finish him off, forcing the ref to stop the fight
Haye celebrates the second defence of his world title
Harrison's career in now in tatters as David Haye consoles his opponent following the devastating finish