Anthony Joshua is set to face Dillian Whyte at the O2 Arena in London on December 12, and he may have a familiar face ringside.
Wladimir Klitschko has previously suggested that he will be attending the bout, but naturally much will depend on the outcome of his fight with Tyson Fury in Dusseldorf on November 28.
While he is the favourite to emerge victorious, that could ensure that he heads to the English capital next month to watch Joshua and Whyte settle their long-standing rivalry which dates back to their amateur days.
Klitschko shares trainer Johnathon Banks with Whyte, and it would seem logical to suggest that he would be backing his stablemate.
However, the reigning heavyweight king has noted on several occasions that he believes Joshua is the future of the division and has backed him to enjoy a long and successful career whilst doing it in the right way.
Joshua insists that he hopes the Ukrainian is in his corner if he does travel to London, with promoter Eddie Hearn putting on a stunning show at the O2 to end the year.
As well as Joshua vs Whyte, Chris Eubank Jr, Luke Campbell, Kevin Mitchell and Tony Bellew are also on the bill for what should be a memorable night for British boxing.