Carl Frampton will realise a childhood dream this weekend when he fights in front of his adoring Northern Ireland public at Windsor Park.
For years the Jackal has harboured ambitions to fight at the home of the Northern Ireland national team. Now, all of that is about to become a reality as he defends his interim WBO featherweight title against unbeaten Australian Luke Jackson.
The 31-year-old has of 25 wins from 26 contests, with 14 of those successes coming by way of knockout.
What TV channel is the fight on?
The bout will be screened on BT Sport 1 HD and on BT Sport 4K UHD from 7:45pm
What time is Frampton due to enter the ring?
While this could change depending on the outcome of previous fights. Expect the Jackal's ring entrance around 9;45pm to 10pm with the fight starting just minutes after.
Windsor Park running order
Isaac Lowe v TBA
4 x 3 min rounds at Featherweight
Sean McComb v Reynaldo Mora
4 x 3 min rounds at Lightweight
Steven Donnelly v Kevin McCauley
4 x 3 min rounds Light Middleweight
Conrad Cummings v Nicky Jenman
6 x 3 min rounds at Middleweight
Sam Maxwell v Chris Truman
6 x 3 min rounds at Light Welterweight
Marco McCullough v Jordan Ellison
6 x 3 min rounds at Super Featherweight
Lewis Crocker v William Warburton
6 x 3 min rounds at Welterweight
Luke Keeler v Dwayne Grant
8 x 3 min rounds at Middleweight
Steve Collins Jr v Steven Ward
8 x 3 min rounds at Light Heavyweight
BUI Celtic title
7.45pm – Live Broadcast begins on BT Sport 1
Cristofer Rosales v Paddy Barnes
12 x 3 min rounds at Flyweight
WBC world title
Tyson Fury v Francesco Pianeta
10 x 3 min rounds at Heavyweight
Fight 12 (9.45pm approx)
Carl Frampton v Luke Jackson
12 x 3 min rounds at Featherweight
Interim WBO title