Britain's boxers have stormed the Olympics, with at least four medals already garunteed by Tuesday (August 7).
Anthony Joshua and Anthony Ogogo are already bronze medallists, after Ogogo saw off Germany's Stefan Hartell, and Team GB's performance director for boxing Robert McCracken says that could just be the start.
He told reporters that Ogogo would perform better now that he had a medal in the bag: "I think he will relax a little bit.
"Now he's got a bronze in the bag I think he will want to push on now and turn it into a silver or even a gold."
Luke Campbell has also reached the semi finals and garunteed himself at least a bronze medal, and McCracken was equally confident on his chances, saying: "On a good day Luke Campbell can beat anybody."
Women's boxing is enjoying it's highest profile success in years, with Nicola Adams facing world champ Mary Kom in semi-finals on Wednesday.
McCracken added: "Nicola boxes with a smile on her face and she is a tremendous ambassador for women's boxing. She's already told me she wants to go to Brazil and I have no reason to doubt it. She loves the sport and hopefully she will go all the way."
Fred Evans and Andrew Selby will attempt to guarantee Team GB's fifth and sixth boxing medals respectively when they are in action on Tuesday.