Son of former world champion Nigel Benn, Conor Benn, has shown improvement fight to fight since turning professional in recent years.
His fan-friendly fight style has quickly built him a following with a string of impressive stoppages on his resume so far.
Early on, his spiteful body shots and aggression were clear to see.
This weekend he takes on an experienced campaigner from Mexico in the form of Adrian Grandaos, who at 32, won’t be coming just to make up the numbers like some may think.
He’ll be looking to spring a surprise in the UK.
Benn for his part has put in the graft:
Benn, known for only fighting at one speed and full on, intensity, all the time, which is great, may need to counter more this weekend.
Particularly if Granados looks to box and gets caught leaning in or changing the distance too casually.
It will be in this change of pace and distance measuring that Benn may need to use the trusty uppercut or straight hand, or even overhand right over the top.
This time, at the right time, countering.
Good test for Benn and it promises to be a good scrap for his 19th pro fight.