Get ready to be a boxing fan. After a long wait, unbeaten WBO 122-pound world champion Stephen Fulton Jr. and unbeaten top contender Raees Aleem will be seen competing. Because there is going to be an explosive boxing event on November 27 at MGM Park in Las Vegas. The Premier Boxing Champions announced on Thursday that Stephen Fulton and Brendan Figueroa would line up their respective 122-pound titles when they meet on November 27 at Park MGM in Las Vegas. It was originally scheduled for September 18 but was postponed after a positive test of Figueroa's COVID-19. Aleem will face Mexico's Eduardo Beaz in a telecast co-host event starting at 10 p.m. Fulton (19-0, 8 KOs) won the WBO version of the title in January with a unanimous victory over Angelo Leo. Philadelphian, 27, ESPN's No. 2 junior featherweight, hit 1,183 punches in a stunning victory. Figueroa (22-0-1, 17 KOs) won the WBC Junior Featherweight title with KOs in the seventh round against Luis Nery, presenting the biggest and best performance of his career. The 24-year-old Volume Puncher from Weslaco, Texas and the 122-pound ESPN's No. 3 boxer is the younger brother of former title contender Omar Figueroa Jr. In the undercard, ESPN's No. 7 boxer Raees Aleem tops the list with 122 pounds against Eduardo Boys. The best win of Aleem's career is the stoppage of the 11th round of Vic Pasillas in January. Gary Antonio Russell, younger brother of Gary Russell Jr., joins Alejandro Bereus in the 118-pound opener.