Today is fight night. The wait is over. The countdown to the Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko is now merely hours away.
It's the match-up that the world has been waiting for and in front of a packed 90,000 house at Wembley the two giants of the sport will lock horns later tonight.
Do you still not know how to watch the fight? Well, you're in luck. We have all the information you need to plan your evening's entertainment and how you can pay to watch the big one.
When is the fight?
It's tonight of course. The wait is almost over.
What time is it likely to start?
The fight start time largely depends on how quickly the undercard fights take to finish. However, expect the ring walk at around 10pm with the fight starting soon after.
What TV channel is it being shown on?
Sky Sports Box Office in the UK.
How can I watch?
For those with Sky:
Subscribers can purchase the fight online here, through their box or online the telephone - 03442 410 888. If you're calling from the Republic of Ireland, it's: 0818 220 225.
For those without Sky:
With Sky Sports Box Office you can watch the fights live via your PC/Desktop/MAC, NOW TV box, iPhone, iPad, Android phone or Android tablet.
It's simple to sign up, pay and watch - create an account and pay at www.skysports.com/boxofficelive.
Who else is showing it?
RTL are broadcasting the fight in Germany, while Showcase and HBO are showing the fight in the US.
Who is on the undercard?
- Joe Cordina vs TBC (four x three mins Super-Featherweight Contest)
- Josh Kelly vs Faheem Khan (four x three mins Super-Welterweight Contest)
- Lawrence Okolie vs Russell Henshaw (four x three mins Cruiserweight Contest)
- Katie Taylor vs Nina Meinke (10 x two mins WBA Inter-Continental Lightweight Championship)
- Luke Campbell vs Darleys Perez (12 x three mins WBA World Lightweight Championship Eliminator)
- Scott Quigg vs Viorel Simon (12 x three mins IBF World Featherweight Championship Eliminator)