Dillian Whyte backed himself to knock out Joseph Parker on Saturday, providing he keeps his Hulk-like rage in check.
Whyte is 23-1 and believes he can go one better than IBF, IBO, WBA and WBO heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua and stop Parker (24-1) early at London's O2 Arena.
The Briton is confident in his ability, but compared himself to Bruce Banner, the comic-book scientist who struggles to contain his anger-powered Hulk alter ego.
"[Parker] is motivated, he knows beating me gets him close to another shot at AJ, so that's what makes him dangerous," Whyte said.
"I'm like Bruce Banner, I'm always angry, but it's just whether I let it consume me or not. I have the skills and capability to do what AJ couldn't and to KO him.
"I'm hungry and, when I fight, I want to hurt these men. I want guys to go home after losing to me and be thinking about me in September after I've beat you up in July.
"I'll be all over him, hitting him everywhere and often. He's going to hate that.
"I've seen everything he's going to bring and I will take everything he's got and strategically break him down and chop him to bits."
A stacked undercard features former Heavyweight World title challengers Dereck Chisora and Carlos Takam squaring-off for the WBA International title in a must-win match up. Katie Taylor, the biggest name in women’s boxing, continues her quest to unify the Lightweight division when she defends her WBA and IBF titles against mandatory challenger Kimberly Connor.
Undefeated Heavyweight Nick Webb puts it all on the line when he takes on popular Doncaster man Dave Allen in an Eliminator for the British title and Joshua Buatsi goes for his first pro title when he fights Andrejs Pokumeiko for the WBA International Light-Heavyweight strap.
Conor Benn fights for his first pro title in the WBA Continental Welterweight strap when he rematches Frenchman Cedrick Peynaud after their epic first encounter at York Hall and unbeaten Super-Welterweights Anthony Fowler and Craig O’Brien put their 0’s on the line.