DAZN have made a sensational splash in the boxing market since their 2018 debut.
Teaming up with promoter Eddie Hearn, the sports streaming service have had superstars Canelo Alvarez, Anthony Joshua and Gennady Golovkin all on their platform.
And after they launched in the UK in December, with Golovkin's win against Kamil Szeremeta, British fans have been in for a treat.
But according to DAZN exec Joe Markowski, there is plenty more to come.
SunSport asked Markowski for his wishlist on DAZN's platform and here we run down his dream line up.
Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury 2 in the UK
Joshua, 31, and Fury, 32, have both agreed a site deal for their undisputed title decider, believed to be in Saudi Arabia.
Amid coronavirus restrictions, the Battle of Britain has always been destined for an away fixture.
But Markowski, a proud Brit, like many others on these shores is desperate to see the rematch brought back home.
He said: "I would love to see the second one in the UK, I think that would be an awesome spectacle for the British public.
"As a Brit, it would be a stop the country in their tracks sort of moment when those two guys fight, especially if the second is in the UK."
Undisputed super-middleweight title fight
Canelo, 30, will put his WBC and WBA titles on the lines with Billy Joe Saunders, 31, offering his WBO belt on Saturday night live on DAZN.
It would leave the winner needing only to beat Caleb Plant, 28, who owns the IBF crown, to become undisputed champion at super-middleweight.
Having such a historic fight on DAZN's platform would be a no-brainer for Markowski.
He explained: "Subject to the events this weekend, I'd love to see a unification of the super-middleweight titles.
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"The winner of this weekend taking on Caleb Plant later this year. I'd think that would be awesome.
"Canelo's is on record about being very, very passionate about that.
"And I think if it were to be Canelo, and there's no guarantee that it is, his continued pursuit of legacy and how important legacy in boxing is for him, I think it's just fantastic and something that should be applauded."
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Ryan Gacia vs Devin Haney
As well as pound-for-pound powerhouses, DAZN boasts some of boxing's rising talents.
Two of those are lightweights Haney, 22, and Garcia, also 22, and the pair already have history having boxed and beaten each other in the amateurs.
Garcia has recently pulled out of his fight with Javier Fortuna, 31, due to an ongoing battle with his mental health.
And while the American has the full support of his broadcasters on the road to recovery, he also has a super-fight to look forward to in the future.
Markowski said: "Our thoughts and well-wishes are with Ryan Garcia as he recovers with his ongoing mental health issues.
"And there's no rush on this, but as and when he's ready and back to fighting fitness I'd love to see Haney – Garcia.
"I think those two guys have the capacity in terms of their reach and their audience and how talented they are before all of that, to engage a younger demographic of fans and reinvigorate that lightweight division even more than it is now."
More British world title challengers
Recently, British boxers have been afforded a shot at the big time with world title challenges.
Liam Williams, 28, lost in a brave attempt against middleweight Demetrius Andrade, 33, in Florida.
Meanwhile closer to home in Manchester, Craig Richards, 31, took Dmitry Bivol, 30, all the way to points in his WBA light-heavyweight title shot.
Markowski hopes it is only a sign of things to come, with Hearn providing further opportunities for British fighters to defy the odds.
The DAZN chief said: "I'd love to see some more British fighters continuing to get more world title shots.
"Selfishly as a Brit and how we as a nation continue to punch above our weight in the world of boxing I think that's a large part to do with Eddie being the promoter he is.
"I'd love to see more British fighters get big world title shots."
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