Canelo Alvarez is expected to make short work of his mandatory challenger Avni Yildirim on Saturday night.
The Turkish super-middleweight has questionably found himself back in contention thanks to the WBC and the Mexican champion has arranged a quick turnaround to deal with this obligation.
Canelo’s current goal is to become undisputed king at 168lbs with all four belts in the division.
He won the WBA and WBC by defeating Callum Smith in December and must now beat Yildirim to retain the latter.
After this, he will target WBO champion Billy Joe Saunders on May 8 and, providing he wins that, IBF titlist Caleb Plant in September to complete the set.
Canelo already has his plans set out and you could argue he is overlooking Yildirim this Saturday.
However, he is likely safe to do so.
While Yildirim is a solid fighter in the super-middleweight division, he is not close to the calibre of the pound-for-pound king.
The Turk has two defeats on his record, most recently a contentious technical decision against Anthony Dirrell, who has not been at world level for several years.
He was also brutally knocked out in three rounds by Chris Eubank Jr back in 2017.
As part of the World Boxing Super Series, the Brit selected Yildirim as his first opponent and went to Germany to face him in front of a hostile crowd.
Regardless, he floored him with an uppercut in round one and scored the KO with a stunning left hook in round three.