Mar.08 - SportLand: Deontay Wilder had a very exciting dust-up with Luis Ortiz at the weekend. It was easily the biggest test of Wilder's career and credit to him for coming through it.
I struggled to give Deontay a round in the fight outside of the fifth and in the seventh round he was completely gone. The commission doctors gave him a much-needed 20 seconds as they assessed him but he then showed immense heart to come back and stop Ortiz in the 10th round.
This was the first real test of Deontay's career and you have to give the WBC world champion plenty of respect for the way he came through.
The fight with Anthony Joshua is unquestionably the biggest fight in world boxing and anyone that knows me knows how much I would love to stage a fight like that.
Also, if you know Anthony you will know he will fight anyone but for now there is only one thing on his mind - Joseph Parker in a spine-tingling unification match up on March 31.
I expect Parker to pose plenty of problems in this fight, perhaps even more than Wilder. If AJ does the business in Cardiff I believe there is every chance you will see Joshua v Wilder in 2018.
The heavyweight division is buzzing right now and we have two very important fights coming up in Dillian Whyte v Lucas Browne on March 24 at the O2 and Jarrell Miller v Johann Duhaupas on April 28 in New York. Whyte v Browne is going to be an absolute war and Miller is making plenty of noise Stateside - both winners will be calling for Wilder or Joshua in 2018.
March madness is well under way for us - I'm writing this column on the plane back from Kazakhstan following a flying visit to announce the signing of Olympic gold medalist Daniyar Yeleussinov.
He will debut on our New York show on April 28 - ask anyone in boxing about this kid, my goodness do we have ourselves a star.
But before we see him, it was great to watch Kell Brook return to devastating form by dispatching Sergey Rabchenko in just two rounds on his 154lb debut.
He's been through a tough time and there were plenty of nerves in the team and the crowd but Kell put on a punch-perfect performance and sent a message to the division.