The tournament, an 8 man, 1 night knockout tournament is something that divides opinion between fans though tends to get decent TV viewing for what it is is.
The time around the the names alone should grab the attention of the standard boxing fan, despite the fact several of the fighters are notably past their prime.
The highest profile fighter in the tournament is former multi-weight world champion James Toney (75-8-3-2, 45) who is so far beyond his prime that the only thing he has in common with one of the modern is a name. Toney is one of four Americans taking place on the show with Damian Wills (31-3-1, 24), Brian Minto (37-6, 24) and Jason Gavern (23-15-4, 11) also coming across the Atlantic.
Up against the American's are four British Heavyweights. These are Michael Sprott (37-21, 17) who, like Toney, is well beyond his best, Tom Little (3-1) who is the least experienced man in the competition, Matt Legg (6-1, 2) and the disgraced Larry Olubamiwo (10-3, 9).
Of the British fighters involved it's Olubamiwo which worries us the most. The disgraced fighter, who failed a drugs test last year and admitted to taking a cocktail of substances, appears to have suffered little in terms of punishment for what really was a reckless act.
At the time of writing the draw for who will be fighting who has yet to be made.
On the same card as the Prizefighter show will be Olympic champion Anthony Joshua (2-0, 2) who will be taking on Hrvoje Kisicek (5-6, 1). This bout, at least to us, seems to be about Joshua "one upping" fellow British prospect Hughie Fury who was taken the distance by Kisicek in a recent bout. A stoppage for Joshua is genuinely expected despite the fact Kisicek has only been stopped once in his 11 fight career.
In the US the unbeaten, and hard hitting, Charles Martin (11-0-1, 9) looks to score his eighth victory if the year. Unfortunately we're unsure who Martin will be in action against.