Two shows at home and big wins abroad, we have a top shortlist of 10 fighters vying for the prize.
Voting is open until midnight Friday with results to be posted on Saturday morning.
And the nominees are:
The Loughlinstown road warrior retained his BBBoC Celtic title with a decisive win over Scottish champion Stefan Sanderson in Turnberry.
The Wicklow legend added the WBO title to her collection with a dominant ninth-round stoppage win in her unification versus Rose Volante in Philadelphia.
The Macroom man put a horrid 2018 behind him with a wide win over John Joyce in Boston, dropping and outpointing the Dubliner over eight rounds.
The Cork puncher had a tricky fight in Khiary Gray but broke the Boston fighter down and forced a sixth-round stoppage in a fight where he looked as good as every.
The Dundalk medal machine claimed her second successive gold at the European Under-22 Championships as well as stating her intentions to chase the Irish 60kg at the Tokyo Olympics.
Headlining his third consecutive St Patrick’s Day card at Madison Square Garden, Conlan turned in a career-best performance to dominant Ruben Garcia Hernandez..
The Ballyfermot man ensured it was repeat rather than revenge when he dominated Conrad Cummings for a second time in Belfast to reclaim the WBO European title.
The Athy southpaw looked sensational in the ‘Clash of the Titans’ headliner, scything down Stephen McAfee in the fourth round to take the vacant Irish title.
The Dubliner retained his BUI Celtic title with a composed and controlled performance against cross-city rival Jake Hanney.
The Kildare fighter stopped Aiden Metcalfe in the sixth round of a gruelling fight on the ‘Clash of the Titans’ bill – although did not pick up the BUI Celtic belt due to missing weight.