1. James DeGale vs George Groves II (Super-middleweight)

Their fortunes have differed since their bitter fight in 2011, but their profiles are still huge and the bad blood still runs thick.

  1. Vasyl Lomachenko vs Nicholas Walters (Super-featherweight)

Both have moved up from feather and have been linked for a while in what would be an elite level encounter.

  1. Roman Gonzalez vs Noaya Inoue (Super-flyweight)

The Nicaraguan master will fight Carlos Cuadras in September, and if he wins then a battle with division leader Inoue would be a purist’s dream.

  1. Keith Thurman vs Danny Garcia (Welterweight)

The welterweight division is red hot and these two champions could produce a terrific scrap.

  1. Carl Frampton vs Leo Santa Cruz II (Featherweight)

Their first fight was a thriller and full of skill. Both seem up for a return, which would be warmly received.

  1. Manny Pacquiao vs Terence Crawford (Super-lightweight)

With Pacquiao returning in November, a fight with one of the sport’s biggest breakout stars now makes complete sense.

  1. Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder (Heavyweight)

One of the alternatives at heavyweight, a meeting between these two charismatic champions would provide fireworks in and out of the ring.

  1. Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua (Heavyweight)

This heavyweight grudge match has been bubbling for some time, and that it would be a unification fight – if both remain unbeaten – makes it all the more special.

  1. Sergey Kovalev vs Andre Ward (Light-heavyweight)

Ward got past Alexander Brand, and November 19 has been inked for this mouth-watering fight between two pound-for-pound greats.

  1. Canelo Alvarez vs Gennady Golovkin (Middleweight)

Both have important fights to get through first, but if they do then a monster clash between these two superstars is the biggest our sport can offer.

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