This time next month we will be looking forward to one of the best nights in boxing in many a year with notable fights in Japan, the UK and the US.
One of the highest profile bouts of the day will see WBA/WBC/IBF/IBO Middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin (35-0, 32) would be going up against unbeaten IBF Welterweight champion Kell Brook(36-0, 25) in a bout for a number of Golovkin's titles.
Ahead of that bout the two men have had to follow WBC rules and take a 30 day weigh in, a weigh in in which they are allowed to be 10% above the divisional limit.
That maximum limit was pushed by Brook who came in at 176lbs, the maximum allowed for this weigh in and well above his typical fighting weigh. Despite many feeling he was the small man jumping up in weight significantly it seems like he could potentially be the bigger man in the ring. Golovkin on the other hand was 165lb earlier today, significantly lighter than the Englishman, and continues to prove that he is technically a small Middleweight.
These weights were both confirmed by the fight promoter Eddie Hearn via his official twitter account earlier today.
Whilst both men will have to make 160lbs on the official weigh in it does seem likely that Brook will be the heavier man when the fighters get into the ring this time next months.