Heavyweight contender Jarrell Miller (20-0-1, 18 KOs) is hoping to get his hands on IBF, IBO, WBA, WBO champion Anthony Joshua (21-0, 20 KOs) - if the British superstar is unable to reach a unification deal with WBC champion Deontay Wilder.
Wilder's handlers have set down an offer of $50 million to Joshua - but promoter Eddie Hearn is not convinced the offer is legit.
Miller is returning this coming Saturday night in an HBO televised fight against Johann Duhaupas.
If Miller puts in an impressive performance, he was told by Hearn that he's in the running to fight Joshua.
There has been some talk that Joshua could make his debut in the United States in the near future, possibly at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, and Miller has been tagged as the opponent.
If that fight goes forward, Miller believes that he would batter Joshua in the ring.
"I always perform when the pressure is on," Miller told Sky Sports. "I know if they say AJ's going to be next, I'm coming for you buddy.
"I'm not Deontay Wilder. I'm not Charles Martin. I'm not [Dominic] Breazeale. I will bust your behind. You come to Brooklyn, you better beware. I'm going to kick your butt and send you home with a Brooklyn hat."
If there is no fight with Joshua, then Miller is going in another direction - potentially in a fight with WBA "regular" champion Manuel Charr - who is scheduled to make a mandatory defense against Fres Oquendo in September.
"We have Plan A and Plan B," said Miller. "Plan A is if Eddie Hearn really puts me in the ring with AJ, he gets his money counter, and I knock his behind out.
"Or Plan B for me, is actually fighting Manuel Charr in Germany, or doing a headliner in America with HBO. Manuel Charr versus Big Baby in Brooklyn.