By Saf Ali. LAST UPDATED September 11th, 2015

Anthony Joshua faces his biggest challenge yet this Saturday night

Can he continue his unbeaten record against Scotland's finest?



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All eye’s will be on London this Saturday as the undefeated Anthony Joshua goes toe to toe against Scotland’s Gary Cornish for the vacant Commonwealth Heavyweight title. Heavy Duty, a night of championship boxing invades the capital with plenty of fights to feast your eyes on.

In the undercard the English Flyweight Title will be up for grabs as as champion Louis Norman squares up against hopeful challenger Charlie Edwards in 10 three minute rounds. The challenger is undefeated and we could witness a new champion crowned.

The Commonwealth Light-Welterweight title is also on the line as Dave Ryan, nicknamed Rocky, pits himself up against the hopeful John Wayne Hibbert in 12 intense rounds to see who will walk out of the O2 as champion.

Dillian Whyte puts the WBC International Silver title at stake as he combats Brian Minto of America in what is set to be a gruelling contest.

However the fight of the evening will be Britain’s Anthony Joshua taking on the giant Scot that is Gary Cornish. Both men currently are currently undefeated but only one will be crowned champion late on Saturday night.

Anthony Joshua’s stunning record speaks for itself: 13 fights. 13 knockouts.

Will he be able to put the Scot one inch taller than him down for the ten count or will he go the distance in this battle?

Sports-fashion retailer scotts menswear are back on board sponsoring the fight and all the action happens live at the O2 from 8pm. If you can’t get yourself tickets to the event then all the drama will be shown live on Sky Sports.