WBA, IBF, WBO, IBO heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk is fully confident in his ability to defeat WBC world champion Tyson Fury in a potential unification.
In September, Usyk outboxed Anthony Joshua over twelve rounds to capture the unified heavyweight crown at Totenham Hotspur Stadium.
Usyk will now face Joshua in a rematch, which is being targeted for a date in March.
And earlier this month, Fury retained the WBC belt when he knocked out Deontay Wilder in the eleventh round of their trilogy matchup at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Fury is potentially heading in the direction of a mandatory defense against Dillian Whyte in the first quarter of 2022.
Should Fury and Usyk win their respective fights, they will then fall in line to collide in a full division unification.
Many observers believe Usyk will be too small to beat Fury - but the 2012 Olympic gold medal winner disagrees.
"I do regard this fight a huge one. I see him as a very good fighter, good athlete, he talks a lot, he has a tongue. He claims he’s the king of the kings, but it’s only he who thinks that. That’s what I can say about him," Usyk said to The Sun.
"Before my Joshua fight everyone was saying that I haven’t got a single chance to win and beat Joshua. I used to hear those types of things throughout my life, but I am capable of beating Fury because I’m not boasting that I can just punish and beat every boxer in the world, but I just go to the gym and do my job.
"I’m not trying to present myself as the king of the Universe. I do what I have to do. I concentrate and I’m focused and I get the result according to my effort."