Warren's gone back to the Hall of fame
19:21 GMT, 27 April 2012
Frank Warren's show on Saturday, although missing Nathan Cleverly, is the first back at the Royal Albert Hall since 1999 when objections from local residents closed the doors.
You have to admire Warren for taking boxing back to one of its traditional homes.
Highlight: Clinton McKenzie takes on Antonio Guinaldo at the Royal Albert Hall
I fought eight times at the Albert Hall and had some mixed results, but it was always a wonderful venue.
It was the gladiatorial feel of the arena, climbing the steps from the dressing rooms below that always seemed cramped and cold, nothing like the marvellous, palatial home of the Proms above.
It was my favourite place to box – I first appeared there in 1977 against George McGurk and won my European title there in 1981, defeating Antonio Guinaldo.
I wish I could write I was invicible there, but I lost as many times as I won and so it's not a venue that always brought me the best of luck.
But winning the European light-welterweight title there was the highlight of my career.