Date: 2nd April 2014 at 5:27pm
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The cruiserweight division has seen two former, world-class, light-heavyweights jump into its ranks.

After losing his world title to the Russian, Sergey Kovalev, in Cardiff last August, Nathan Cleverly is set to make his cruiserweight debut in May.

Meanwhile, after another failed challenge for a light-heavyweight crown, this time at the hands of Adonis Stevenson, Tony Bellew also decided the time was right to step up a weight.

Cleverly and Bellew have, off course, met before when Cleverly got the upper hand in a WBO light-heavyweight back in 2011.

The Welsh fighter believes that a re-match is inevitable remarking to the media,

‘It’s inevitable. We’re on a collision course no doubt.?

‘He still hasn’t got over the first defeat and it’s a chance for redemption.’

‘I’m saying let’s do it over the next six to eight months because now is the time.?

With Froch locking horns with Groves again and Fury entertaining Chisora again, could we see a third big British fight?