WBA, WBO lightweight world champion Vasiliy Lomachenko is not worried about traveling across the ocean to face Luke Campbell on UK soil.

Lomachenko will collide with Campbell, with the vacant WBC world title at stake, on August 31 at the O2 Arena in London.

A victory would leave Lomachenko one win away from being the undisputed world champion of the division.

Both Lomachenko and Campbell captured gold medals in the 2012 London Games.

Even on foreign soil, Lomachenko is very confident of walking away with the win.

Styles make fights and some believe Campbell has the style and the physical dimensions to give Lomachenko trouble.

"I'm happy to be in London again. I have great memories of winning the Olympic gold medal in London. The venue was full every day and the atmosphere was electric. I think this will be a very technical fight, and you have to love the British boxing fans because they are so passionate, emotional and noisy. I only have great memories of boxing here," Lomachenko told Gareth Davies of The Telegraph.

"I don't want to talk too much. It might be the toughest fight of my career so far, maybe, because he has a height and reach advantage. Maybe it will be for me a big challenge,  but I never think about it. I just do my job, train hard and then I come in the ring. I'm going to leave a winner, that's all I know."

But Campbell is not intimidated of facing Lomachenko, who is heavily favored.

"I've never shied away from a challenge This is a big challenge but these are the type of challenges that I train for every day and prepare for. I believe it's the two best lightweights in the division facing off and I think this fight brings everything to the table: boxing IQ, power, speed, agility," Campbell said.

"It has the making to be one of the great fights on these shores. I'm the challenger, he's the champion, I respect everything he has achieved but I also believe that every champion was a challenger once, and I know I have what it takes to become a champion. It took me a while to get settled in the professional game, but this now feels like perfect timing."