|place: 3Arena, Dublin date: Saturday 20 May|
|coverage: Radio commentary on BBC Radio 5 live, live text commentary and reaction on the BBC Sport website and app from 21:00 BST.|
Irish lightweight champion Katie Taylor will be hoping to remember back home when she takes on England’s Chantelle Cameron at lightweight on Saturday.
Taylor will fight in Ireland for the first time as a professional as she tries to become the undisputed welterweight world champion at the 3 Arena in Dublin.
The 36-year-old is a gold medalist at the London 2012 Olympics and has won all 22 of his matches as a professional.
Cameron is also undefeated in 17 professional fights, but despite being the champ, he heads into the fight as the underdog.
Can the 32-year-old shock the sport and propel herself to boxing stardom? Or will Taylor cement her legacy with a career-defining win?
The fight will be broadcast on BBC Radio 5 Live from 22:00 BST, while the BBC Sport website will have a live text commentary page, showing all accumulated action and undercards from 21:00.
We asked big names from the boxing world for their opinions on the big fight.
Former Featherweight Champion Mikaela Mayer: “If you had five bucks and you had to, I’d go with what’s on paper. I’d go with the facts and the history and I’d go with Katie Taylor to make these tweaks and come out on top. Even if it’s just a little over the top, which I’ve done many times before. I’ve I hit the wins and stole those rounds and got a W”
Heavyweight Rival Fraser Clark: “A great fight. I’m really looking forward to it. People say Taylor is on the slope and Chantelle has everything to prove. It’s a tough fight but in Ireland against Taylor who he’ll be more than ready for, probably at her best, I could see her coming down the years.” past. I go with Taylor on points.”
the price: “I’m so excited to fight. Taylor is an amazing boxer, someone I always looked up to. Cameron is amazing, a world champion. She’s game, she can fight, tough. It’s going to be a close match. I can’t pick a winner. If Cameron can apply pressure, she can catch Taylor .But you can’t take anything from Taylor. If she goes to the points, especially in Ireland, she can win.”
Former World Champion Andy Lee: “I picked Katie to win. It could be a tough fight, but she’s the superior boxer, and she has the ground advantage. She gets a good older leader, and a few rounds in the bag, Cameron will try to narrow the gap, but I think Katie will win.”
Irish Welterweight Paddy Donovan: “Katy here in Ireland is going to be very hard to beat. She’s hard to beat anywhere in the world, but with Irish fans, Katy is almost impossible to beat.
Undefeated Featherweight Karriss Artingstall: “It’s a good fight. I’m stuck in the fence. Cameron has what it takes to beat her. Taylor is so fast, and it’s hard to pinpoint and shoot. She does tend to get caught in the scraps though and I don’t think that’s wise against Cameron. I just don’t know what will happen.”
Northern Ireland World Champion Carl Frampton: “It’s a tough fight to call. Because I respect and admire both girls, and know both of them personally, I wouldn’t take any chances. Also, I really see it as a true 50/50. I’m just hoping for a good fight. What I will say is that Taylor could have fought any Person while waiting for Amanda Serrano, which in my opinion is an easier fight than Cameron. Taylor could have picked any opponent and sold out 3 Arena in Dublin. Instead, she’s fighting the best girl in the above section. That’s very brave.”
Unified Lightweight Champion Natasha Jonas: “I want Chantelle to win. I’ve been her buddy since I was on Team GB and she’s helped me through a lot of fights. I think she’ll win on points.”
Matchroom promoter Eddie Hearn: “I don’t pick a winner. I admire them. Chantelle Cameron is going to have to start this fight like a train, and she will. You have to deal with Katie Taylor, and you have to force her into a war.”
WBA Lightweight Champion Terry Harper: “It’s probably going to be the hardest fight of Katie’s career. I just feel like the Irish crowd in the back will give her an extra boost when she gets tough in the ring. I see Taylor as the victor.”
Former World Cruiserweight Champion Tony Bellew: “We don’t know how good Cameron is yet, no one beats her. We don’t know the ceiling of any of these fighters. The only thing keeping me from going off in Chantelle is this stage, this arena. That’s all new to Chantelle. If she stays calm, I think she’s It could shock the world.”
Lightweight Gary Kali: “Taylor wants all the smoke and I think she’s the best in the world. I think she’s coming on Saturday night. Gary Khali wins, Katie Taylor fights – that’s all I can see Saturday night.”