Easily the biggest fight that can be made in the sport, these two elite superstars have been circling each other for a while.
- Anthony Joshua vs David Haye (heavyweight)
Both favourites in their upcoming fights against Wladimir Klitschko and Tony Bellew respectively, should they both win a showdown between them would shatter UK records.
- Amir Khan vs Kell Brook (welterweight)
Negotiations for this domestic superfight are reportedly going well. There is a chance these two bitter rivals could finally meet this year.
- Andre Ward vs Sergey Kovalev II (light-heavyweight)
These two pound-for-pound stalwarts were involved in the most anticipated – and ultimately one of the most closely contested – fights of 2016.
- Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder (heavyweight)
Fury is reportedly returning to action this year and has his sights set on WBC champion Wilder. Two huge personalities and two unbeaten talents – a winning formula.
- Roman Gonzalez vs Naoya Inoue (super-flyweight)
Two of the best and most exciting fighters in the world and they both hold world titles in the same division.
- Manny Pacquiao vs Terence Crawford (super-lightweight)
If Pacquiao is serious about his comeback, Crawford awaits.
- James DeGale vs George Groves II (super-middleweight)
If DeGale adds the WBC belt to his IBF title and Groves collects the WBA strap, a unification rematch between the two Londoners would be huge.
- Billy Joe Saunders vs Chris Eubank Jnr II (middleweight)
If Eubank Jnr isn’t staying at super-middleweight, he has unfinished business at 160lbs.
- Adonis Stevenson vs Artur Beterbiev (light-heavyweight)
WBC champion Stevenson needs a real test, and Beterbiev needs a title shot.