Andy Lee's WBO World middleweight title defence against Billy Joe Saunders at Thomond Park this September already had us punching brick walls in anticipation, but it has just reached a whole new level of special.
The news we've all been waiting for has arrived. Irish icon Katie Taylor will box in front of a packed crowd at the home of Munster Rugby on Lee's undercard.
Taylor will appear alongside Lee at a press conference in Dublin next week to confirm her inclusion on what's set to be a historic night for Irish sport.
At the initial press conference two weeks ago, Lee confirmed to Balls that he hoped the Bray legend would feature on what's set to be the biggest event in Irish boxing history, but trainer Adam Booth expressed the difficulty in hosting an amateur fighter on a professional card.
It now seems the formalities have been completed, and Taylor will get the chance to display her elite skills in front of 34,000 fans at Thomond Park - Ireland's first stadium fight since Steve Collins' second victory over Chris Eubank at Páirc Uí Chaoimh in 1995.
Let's just hope she doesn't get her hands on Billy Joe Saunders before the WBO champ, or there'll be no main event.