After Kell Brook's underwhelming win against Michael Zarafa, are we any closer to seeing the long-awaited fight against Amir Khan? Mike and Steve analyse the performance, and question whether the fight is as appealing now both appear past their primes.
Also, reaction as Isaac Dogboe was upset in his second defence of the WBO super bantamweight world title against Emanuel Navarette, Vasyl Lomachenko adding another world title belt to his glittering résumé, and a look ahead to Rocky Fielding's fantasy bout against Mexican megastar Canelo Alvarez at Madison Square Garden this weekend.
Finally, with a week passed since Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury, Mike and Steve discuss the positive and negative reaction to the draw and start looking ahead to next year.
'Joshua v Fury bigger than 1966 World Cup'
Still carrying the jet leg following an eventful week in Los Angles, Mike Costello and Steve Bunce look ahead to an exciting 2019 for the heavyweight boxing division. Will it be a unification fight between Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua? Will it be a rematch between Wilder and Tyson Fury? Or will it be the fight most British fans want, Joshua v Fury. We’ll hear from promoters Eddie Hearn and Frank Warren, plus Wilder on which fight is their priority.
Wilder v Fury: One for the ages
All the reaction and analysis after Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder’s draw, from the men involved, Frank Warren, Rickie Hatton, Freddie Roach, and Mike, Steve and Andy’s final analysis after one of the most thrilling heavyweight fights in recent memory.
Wilder v Fury: 50/50 fight?
As Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury both weighed in ahead of their WBC world heavyweight title fight, Mike and Steve assess how both men looked on the scales, and speak to Rickie Hatton and former middleweight champion Andy Lee for their final break down of the fight and predictions.
Wilder v Fury: Press conference chaos
It got heated between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury at the final press conference ahead of their WBC world heavyweight title fight, but did it tell us anything about either man's mental state? Mike and Steve make sense of the madness, explain how Tyson Fury ended up with his top off, speak to both fighters and analyse who, if anyone, "won" the day.
Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury for the WBC heavyweight world title will be live on BBC Radio 5 live, the BBC Sport website and the BBC Sounds app at 4am on Sunday morning.