David Haye has been tipped to conquer Wladimir Klitschko this weekend - by the man whose own world title dreams the WBA heavyweight champion so ruthlessly shattered.
Audley Harrison capitulated under Haye's blows in less than three rounds last November after a vitriolic build-up to the fight fuelled by years of emnity between the pair.
And the former Olympic champion suspects his nemesis is again winning the mind games ahead of Saturday's multiple-belt battle in Hamburg, live on Sky Box Office.
"Normally, Wladimir is able to control the opponent and pretty much know the outcome before the fight's started," he told Sky Sports News.
"Here, David has got under his skin .. he has really riled Wladimir and ridiculed him and his brother all the way through camp.
"This is David's moment of destiny and you know 100% that he's paid the price in camp and I think he's got a few tricks up his sleeve.
"It's not going to be an easy fight but I think if David jumps on him early on then he can come away with the all the belts."