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Live Reporting

Luke Reddy

All times stated are UK

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    Andrew Priestley: Time for Ryan Burnett to show why he is the number one seed in this World Boxing Super Series. Nonito Donaire is no mug, but tonight is about the young Northern Irishman.

  2. Last minute shake outs...

    Burnett v Donaire

    Pad work going on in the dressing rooms. Nonito Donaire peppering combinations, Ryan Burnett doing the same and shaking his shoulders out afterwards.

  3. Watch 'The Monster'

    Inoue

    Would you like to see a superb knockout? Thought so.

    Take a look at this link. It's BBC Sport boxing correspondent Mike Costello talking about Japan's Naoya Inoue's finish against Juan Carlos Payano, with footage of the punch.

    Inoue looks the man to beat in the World Boxing Super Series bantamweight tournament and this footage will show you why.

    Who would want to share the ring with a man nicknamed 'The Monster'.

  4. The Burnett/Frampton comparison

    Burnett v Donaire

    Mike Costello

    BBC Sport boxing correspondent

    Burnett has often said he performs better against better opposition and this tournament will certainly give him a chance to prove it.

    His performance in Glasgow will invite comparisons with compatriot Carl Frampton's points win against Nonito Donaire last April, when Frampton controlled the contest from the outset.

    Generally the sharper, Frampton had repeated success at medium- and long-range, with Donaire - now 35 - often loitering in the pocket at the end of exchanges as though old instincts had deserted him.

    When I interviewed Donaire afterwards, he couldn't resist including an expletive in his reckoning that Frampton - at featherweight - was "too big". Was that code for "too busy, too accurate and too hungry"? Burnett should have all three factors in his favour as he chases a place in the semi-finals of a tournament of breathtaking quality.

  5. 'Nonito was a hero of mine'

    Burnett v Donaire

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    Video caption: Ryan Burnett ready to overcome his hero Nonito Donaire in World Boxing Super Series

    Ryan Burnett has become a Northern Irish hero in his own right but it transpires the man on the other side to the ring tonight was once one of his inspirations.

    Just click play to see what Burnett told BBC Northern Ireland.

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    Maximus Decimus: Gotta be Usyk-Bellew. Heart and desire against unreal boxing skill. Can Bellew prove everyone wrong again?

    Yogie: Chisora vs Whyte.

    There are two months of the boxing year to go. What are you looking forward to the most? Tweet #bbcboxing.

  7. Quiz alert...

    Name the Scottish champs...

    As tonight's venue is in Scotland we have compiled a quick test of your knowledge.

    You have four minutes to name the 18 people who have held world titles from Scotland.

    Click here to take the test.

    Here's one to help you on your way....

    Ken Buchanan
  8. 'Filling up nicely'

    Scott Mullen

    BBC Scotland at SSE Hydro Arena

    Glasgow arena

    The Hydro is filling up nicely with Northern Ireland's Ryan Burnett up next as he goes for the vacant WBC bantamweight belt against Nonito Donaire.

    At a guess there is already around 4000 or so inside the arena already.

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    Fury, Wilder, Frampton, Warrington, Bellew, Usyk, Canelo, Fielding

    There are two months of 2018 to go. What was on times a slow burner as a boxing year has had superb moments and, fortunately, it looks like there will be more before the year is out.

    So, what are you looking forward to the most before Big Ben chimes for 2019?

    Tweet us on #bbcboxing with the bout, fighter or talking point you think will deliver a superb end to the year.

  10. 'Wet night but hot inside'

    Taylor v Martin

    Scott Mullen

    BBC Scotland from the SSE Hydro Arena

    SSE Hydro

    It may be a cold, wet night on the banks of the River Clyde, but inside the Hydro the temperature will be cranked up for Josh Taylor. In under two hours he will go up against Ryan Martin in what is the biggest fight of his career. Around 8000 are expected to watch tonight's quarter-final.

  11. Burnett getting ready...

    Burnett v Donaire

    Time for a hand wrap. Ryan Burnett is getting ready to step out into the cauldron. We expect his world-title contest to get underway at around 21:00 BST.

    The brilliant Adam Booth in his corner, Burnett will have his hands full with the experienced Nonito Donaire getting stuck into him.

    Ryan Burnett
  12. Don't slip up...

    Taylor v Martin; Burnett v Donaire

    Slip on banana

    That's right, we're eyeing the SSE Hydro in Glasgow for a live-text service which takes us back to World Boxing Super Series action.

    You know the drill by now, it's a tournament with plenty of money, belts and a massive Muhammad Ali Trophy up for grabs.

    Ryan Burnett takes on Nonito Donaire in the bantamweight quarter-final - with two world titles on the line.

    Then at around 22:00 BST, the house will come down as Scotland's Josh Taylor goes into super-lightweight quarter-final action against American Ryan Martin. No belts, just a key step on Taylor's route to the top.

    Boxing can be a cruel mistress. There is no room for a slip up...

  13. Who's with me?

    Taylor v Martin; Burnett v Donaire

    Josh Taylor and Ryan Burnett

    Northern Ireland are you with me?

    Scotland are you with me?

    You're taking on some Filipino and American hot shots tonight, so you best be game.

    Josh Taylor and Ryan Burnett are....