Natasha Jonas insists she is prepared for whatever Katie Taylor brings and says she has no issue heading into the clash as the underdog.

Jonas renews her rivalry with Taylor when they meet for the undisputed Lightweight world title on May 1.

Two-weight world champion, Taylor beat the Liverpool native in the quarter-final of the 2012 Olympics and has gone on to become arguably the pound-for-pound best fighter in the world.

However, Jonas who is undefeated in her last four outings says she will be ready for any game plan the 34-year-old brings.

“Win six out of ten [rounds] clearly,” Jonas told Pro Boxing Fans.

“Stop her, whichever way it comes. I’m not giving away any of the game plan, but what I will say is like with Terri Harper whatever version of Katie turns up we will have an answer for.

“I do believe she is pound-for-pound the best boxer, her or Claressa [Shields] arguably, we’ll see.”

The 36-year-old shared a memorable battle in Fight Camp last August, fighting to a draw with WBC and IBO Super Featherweight champion, Terri Harper.

‘Miss GB’ was again the betting underdog in that fight and admits she is keen to prove the doubters wrong against the Irish great.

“I’m one of them people, the more you say I can’t do it, the more I’m going to prove to you I can,” Jonas added.

“I don’t need you to believe it, but you will see it. If you’re the underdog, there’s no pressure on you because if you get beat everyone’s like ‘we said that anyway.’

“But when you win people are like ‘okay we’ll have to start taking her seriously because she said that and she did it.'

“So to me, whether I’m the favorite or whether I’m the underdog doesn’t really matter, but I get motivated by different things and one of them motivations is when people say I can’t.”