On Saturday, March 16 from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, heavyweight contender Chris Arreola will make his return to the ring, against unbeaten Jean Pierre Augustin for 10-rounds of action.

The contest is part of a Fox Sports Pay-Per-View event, which is being headlined by Errol Spence defending his IBF welterweight title against Mikey Garcia.

The fight is a do or die opportunity for Arreola (37-5-1, 32 KOs), who can't afford another loss at 37-year-old.

Arreola has faced some of the best, but tasted defeat in some of his biggest fights - with Vitali Klitschko, Tomasz Adamek, Bermane Stiverne, and Deontay Wilder.

After a brief retirement, Arreola returned to stop Maurenzo Smith last December.

Augustin (17-0-1, 12 KOs) is undefeated, but has never faced anyone with the experience of Arreola.

Arreola, before he retires for good, wants to accomplish the one thing that's escaped his career so far - a world title. He suffered defeats in three world title fights - with Wilder, Klitschko and Stiverne.

"Right now, my career is all about putting in the work and my legacy. I'm not in this anymore for money. I love money, but I'm comfortable. I'm here for legacy. I want to leave something behind... I'm chasing a title," Arreola said.

At the moment Arreola is training hard for the fight, realizing that his career is on the line.

"I feel mentally sharper now. Mentally I'm just relaxed in the ring. Some people are amped the whole round. But no, I know how to relax and work the ring and work my fight," Arreola said.

"The main thing this time around is I'm fighting a lefty and the first three or four times being in the ring sparring it's a little different. It's different angles and different punches... So that's the main thing that's probably the hardest part is lefties and getting used to it."