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After a brilliant night of boxing last night, it's time to take a look at the fixtures for Week 6 of our Boxing Prediction League, the fixtures for Week 6 feature some of the biggest domestic fights of the year.

Here is the League Table after Week 5.

1) Krzysztof Wlodarczyk Vs Francisco Palacios - This fight is for the vacant WBC Cruiserweight Title, champion Wlodarczyk will aim to defend his title for the fourth successful time, his opponent is a man he has already beaten in his second world title defence, Francisco Palacios.

I haven't seen the first encounter between these two, but on record Palacios lost a split decision in Wlodarczyk's back yard, the fact that they are having a rematch might suggest that Palacios was unlucky not to get the decision in the first fight.

2) Ricky Burns Vs Kevin Mitchell - This is the big fight of the weekend, and one of the biggest, if the not the biggest domestic fight this year. It's between two of the best Lightweights in the world, two-weight World champion, Ricky Burns is scheduled to defend his WBO Lightweight crown against the very talented Kevin Mitchell.

This fight is seen as a 50/50 fight amongst boxing fans and experts, the slight edge is quite rightly given to Ricky Burns, but Mitchell has proved against John Murray and Breidis Prescott that he is capable of putting in a world class performance.

If Burns wins he will prove that he is a very worthy world champion, and the same goes for Mitchell if he get's the 'W' on Saturday night.

3) Steve Molitor Vs Carl Frampton - This is another cracking fight this Saturday, Carl Frampton takes on the toughest test of his career so far, he fights former world champion Steve Molitor for the IBF inter-Continental title, this means we could see the winner fight for a world title very soon.

Frampton's original opponent was EBU champion, Kiko Martinez, but Martinez was forced to pull out of the fight and in came Molitor as a replacement. Molitor is arguably a tougher fight than Martinez was for Frampton.

4) Paul McCloskey Vs Manuel Perez - This fight is the definition of 'Last Chance Saloon', Paul McCloskey has lost two of his last three fights, and another loss here really will end his dream of fighting for another world title.

Manuel Perez is yet to fight for a world title, a loss this Saturday will end his hopes of becoming a world champion.

Perez has fought the likes of Brandon Rios (twice), Jose Miguel Cotto and Mercito Gesta. He will provide at the very least a competitive fight for McCloskey. McCloskey really does need to put in a career best performance to win here.

Here is a video of Manuel Perez's solid effort against Brandon Rios in their first fight back in 2008 courtesy of boxing303:

Lee Selby Vs Martin Lindsay - UPDATE - Lee Selby was forced to pull out of the fight today, so this fight has to be taken off the fixtures list.

Sample Prediction
Wlodarczyk UD
Mitchell KO
Frampton KO
Lindsay KO
Perez KO

KO = knock-out, UD = unanimous decision, MD = majority decision, SD = split decision

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