Anthony Joshua is unlikely to forget his meeting with Wladimir Klitschko any time soon.
Not only did the Olympic gold medal-winning heavyweight toast success over an iconic rival, he did so in front of 90,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium.
Those in attendance, along with the millions watching around the world, were given quite a show as Joshua got up off the canvas to force an 11th-round stoppage.
He was not the only one to be left feeling positive about his night’s work, though, with Wembley having undergone a remarkable transformation in order to stage the event.
With the home of English football returned to normal, it can now look forward to playing host to vital fixtures at the end of the 2016-17 campaign.
Joshua, meanwhile, is now plotting his dominance of the heavyweight division, with a domestic duel with Tyson Fury or an eagerly-anticipated clash with Deontay Wilder mooted to be next on his schedule.