Heavyweight prospect Viktor Faust (8-0, 6 KOs) is ready to take part in his second contest on American soil.

Faust made his United States debut back in October, as part of the undercard to the Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder trilogy clash at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

He stopped Mike Marshall in three bruising rounds.

Faust is back in the ring on Saturday night at the Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida.

Their fight will be featured on a Fox Sports Pay-Per-View card, with Luis Ortiz fighting former world champion Charles Martin in the main event.

Faust will take a step up in competition by facing veteran Iago Kiladze (27-5-1, 14 KOs).

Kiladze can punch, but he's been stopped in his biggest fights when matched against better fighters like Adam Konwacki, Michael Hunter, Efe Ajagba and Joe Joyce.

Back in December 2019, he seemed to be on the verge of an upset when he dropped Ajagba hard in the third round of their fight. Ajagba recovered and put Kiladze away in the fifth.

Faust wants to make an impressive effort for the American fans. 

“I’m a very good fighter and I’m going to show everyone on Saturday. I’m planning on displaying my technique, skill and power in this fight against Kiladze," Faust said.

“It’s exciting to be in this position. I love to compete and Saturday is a big opportunity for me. I know I have to give a great performance.”

Kiladze is coming off a knockout win and is motivated to pull off an upset.

“I work hard and train so much. I’ve had a very long training camp. I’m in great shape now and I will give everyone another great fight on Saturday night. I promise that," Kiladze said.

“There are a lot of great fighters on this card and I’m excited to be here with them. I’m going to prove with how I fight on Saturday that this is exactly where I belong.”