CHANTELLE CAMERON faces Dominian Republic opponent Dahiana Santana at London's York Hall on Saturday.
The unbeaten Northampton fighter defends her IBO world lightweight title in only her eighth fight as a pro.
Cameron, 27, trains at Barry McGuigan's famed Cyclone Promotions gym in Wandsworth, south London.
Ultimately, she is looking for a showdown with Irish star Katie Taylor, the unified lightweight female world champion.
So what is Chantelle Cameron's background?
Cameron is an ex-martial arts ace who started kick boxing at the age of 10. She switched to boxing at 18 and, after her first few bouts, won the ABA Nationals.
Naturally, call-ups for both the England and Great Britain squads followed.
Does Chantelle have a nickname?
Yes. She is known as 'Wham, Bam, Chan.'
How good is her latest opponent?
Santana, 33, a wily former world champion with nine losses in her 36 bouts, is the far more experienced fighter but tends to prefer taking a step back rather than forward .
It means Cameron must take the fight to her opponent and be careful not to be caught on the counter attack.
Where can I watch the fight and can I live stream it?
Chantelle Cameron vs Dahiana Santana live on 5Spike Channel 5, on Saturday, October 13.
What makes Chantelle the talent she undoubtedly is?
Basically her punching power, fitness and desire to get the job done.
She is trained by Shane McGiven of George Groves' fame and who who previously worked with David Haye and Carl Frampton.
I hear Cameron prefers to spar with men.
That's right. She says: "I train with the men because they hit harder and are sharper. The guys don't hold back - if I catch them with a good shot they want to take my head off.
The word is she is also unhappy that women only fight two-minute rounds.
Yes. Cameron often spars over three minute rounds and thinks female fight nights should follow suit.
How close is Chantelle to taking on Katie Taylor?
Well, she must get past Santana first and will leave it to the McGuigan camp to plot her path forward.
She says: "I'm bouncing now as a professional and I'm happy with the training; my life is a lot happier than in the amateur days.
Finally, does Cameron get nervous before a fight?
Ineed she does. "I get really nervous, too, in the warm-up, thinking 'what am I doing. I don't need this,' she says.