Luke Campbell, Anthony Joshua and Freddie Evans will all have the opportunity to land a gold medal after all three fighters won their semi-final bouts at the Excel Arena.
Unfortunately the achievement could not be matched by fellow Team GB member Anthony Ogogo who was unable to defeat Esquiva Falcao Florentino of Brazil and will now be awarded a bronze medal.
The middleweight had already defeated the world number one in his opening contest but struggled against Falcao and was knocked down twice in the final round as he eventually succumbed by a score of 16-9.
While Ogogo's Olympic dream has now come to an end, Campbell will have the chance to match the achievements of Nicola Adams who yesterday delivered Team GB's first boxing gold medal of the Games.
The fighter from Hull was rarely troubled by the Japanese fighter as he held a six point lead going into the final round and, despite his corner telling him he was only up by two, he was always in control as he eventually sealed a 20-11 win.
Campbell will now face Ireland's John Joe Nevin in the final as he bids to emulate the likes of James DeGale and Audley Harrison who both won gold at the Olympics.
"I was in a very tough bout, he was relentless but I got the clean punches in and I was snapping his head back," said Campbell.
"I didn't know it was five points after the second round, I thought it was one or two because that's what my corner told me so I need to fight every round , be focused and sharp. You can't switch off at this level. Nevin is a top fighter and it's going to be a great final."
Evans advanced to the gold medal bout after he overcame Taras Shelestyuk of Ukraine 11-10 to set up a final against Serik Sapiyev.
"I had a game plan and had a point to prove. I stuck to the game plan and I knew I had to be on top form and couldn't switch off. As soon as the bell goes and you hear the crowd it gives you a lift. The support is unbelievable."
There was also success for super heavyweight Joshua who overcame 6ft 9" Ivan Dychko of Kazakhstan to be in with a chance of replicating tha achievements of Audley Harrison who won gold 12 years ago.
It was all level going into the final round but Joshua kept landing the jab and blood appeared from the nose of Dychko and Joshua was awarded the contest 13-11.
"Once again that was the best atmosphere I've ever boxed in. I've dedicated this win to Tom Stalker. Everything paid off and I was determined to get the win," said Joshua.
"He is a great fighter with a rangy jab and I'm happy everything has come together. I will be ready for the Italian in Sunday's final. I'm buzzing but I have to ride the steady rollercoaster."
Joshua will now face defending champion Roberto Cammarelle for the Olympic gold medal on Sunday afternoon.