Saturday night sees one of the biggest fights on UK soil for a number of years as Anthony Joshua faces Wladimir Klitschko. As with every big sporting event, we’ve got a Telegraph Predictor game to make it that little bit more interesting.
Click here to answer seven questions on how you think the action will unfold.
You can enter for free and there's £100 up for grabs.
Questions include; who will win the fight, how the fight will be won, how many rounds will it go, how many knockdowns there will be and more.
And, if you need a bit of help, Dan Symonds in on hand:
"Not long now until we find out whether Saturday's Wembley spectacle really is the biggest ever fight in British Boxing history or just another example of Joshua blasting away the man in his opposite corner.
In reality it will probably be a bit of both, Joshua should KO the ageing Klitschko shouldn't he ? And being cheered on by 90,000 people inside Wembley and with 100s of thousands of punters shelling out £20 a time to watch at home. 'Fast Car' Eddie Hearn will no doubt be licking his lips ringside.
The build up has been a one-off too, both men deeply respectful to each other with no sign of the usual antics designed to drive PPV sales or score an early psychological victory over their enemy.
Both seem quietly confident about their chances , Joshua knows he can't possibly achieve the goal of boxing's first Billionaire if he loses to an old man who hasn't fought for 16 odd months and Klitschko will be desperate not to lose again and in turn see his legacy diminish further after being beaten by Tyson Fury last time out.
Some believe this is AJ's first real test and while that does seem to be partly true how much resistance can a 41-year-old Klitschko put up before succumbing to those heavy shots?
Can Klitschko survive long enough to drag Joshua into a real boxing match. I have my doubts but it would be interesting to see Joshua have to 'box' his way to victory rather than the usual human punch bag style his opponents have offered up until now.
This is of course just the starter, the main course will come if and when Joshua wins, expect to see the return of Tyson Fury (subject to his health and doping hearing results) for a huge dust up with AJ, that really will eclipse this one and surely we'll all be sold on the next 'Biggest fight in British Boxing history'.
Don't get me wrong , this is big, very big but I can't help thinking AJ is getting Klitschko at the right time and The Gypsy King really did knock the wind out of the Ukrainian’s sails 16 months ago.
A Joshua stoppage in round 5 or 6 or when he lands the first combination on Wladimir's chin will see Joshua victorious in my view and and with a relatively weak undercard (would be billionaires don't come cheap) I will be looking to win the pool on Telegraph Predictor to subsidise the £19.95 in Eddie Hearn tax that I will have paid for the privilege!"