1. Carl Froch v Gennady Golovkin
    The four-time world super-middleweight champion is yet to make a decision about his future having not fought since last May, but there have been rumblings of the Brit meeting the monstrous “GGG” later this year. With an iron chin and a depth of experience, Froch would prove a stern test for the destructive Kazakh. Golovkin and his team seem prepared to meet whatever demands Froch may stipulate, and with no obvious promotional or broadcasting hurdles the likelihood of this fight may lie in Froch’s hands.