In the last 12-18 months we've witnessed Bellew, Groves, Haye, Frampton, Selby, DeGale McDonald, Murray & others beaten down. The class of these fighters is subjective; all can objectively agree that the aforementioned have all been involved in memorable British Fight Night's (perhaps Jamie can be excused here). It seems like yesterday that we were being repeatedly sold the Sky narrative that Britain had more World Champions than any other country, the legitimacy is yours to question. But those with a bit of a knowledge are aware that out of that crop very few, if any, were elite. My question is; what will the next 12 months have in store for British boxing? I predict Josh Taylor, Andrew Selby and BJS will pick up world titles. Whilst we may be thin on the world level, I believe Hearn & Warren will invest heavily in domestic dust ups. The Fowler v Cheeseman fight is being brewed up nicely, as is Buatsi v Yarde and Warrington v Galahad. Would you be happy to see regular competitive domestic bouts over international world title fights? One fight I'd love to see this year is Garton v Benn. I think it has all the ingredients to be an absolute WAR. Regardless of what people think of Benn, I enjoy watching him; he's vulnerable, tough and game. A very sellable commodity to the casual market.