Heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko will have one more fight before he retires and it will be in front of 70,000 fanatic fans in his home country of Ukraine.
The WBC champion will be facing German Manuel Charr on September 1 as he draws a line under a story book career that has seen him lose just twice in 46 fights.
It will be just the second time that Klitschko has fought in Ukraine, and the first since he knocked out Italian Francesco Spinelli in the first round back in 1998.
Klitschko will be 41-years-old by the time that fight takes place in the main football stadium in Kiev and it is sure to be a vociferous homecoming for the boxer who has spent most of his career fighting out of Germany.
It is expected that Klitschko will move into politics after his bout with the 27-year-old Charr who holds a professional record of 21-0.
Vitali's only previous defeats have come at the hands of Lennox Lewis and Chris Byrd and on both occasions the bout was stopped prematurely, due to cuts against the Brit and a sever shoulder injury against the American.
His last bout was a against another Brit in Dereck Chisora and although he won by unanimous decision, it was one of his poorer displays and he will instead be looking to go out with a bang against Charr.