It was the final pre-fight press conference between Tony Bellew and David Haye and the Merseysider promised to run through his opponent like a steam train come Saturday.
The pair have traded insults in the build-up to their match and even though Haye tried to play it cool and he even blew kisses at Bellew’s fans in Liverpool, the pair soon started trading insults.
The Londoner challenged Bellew’s supporters to back their man by “emptying your bank accounts and betting it all on him” before adding: “Deep in your minds you know he’s getting drilled to the canvas pretty fast”.
After a visibly riled Haye had taken his seat, the Liverpudlian made his own fight prediction.
Bellew said: “On Saturday night I’m gong to create something that will never, ever die and that is a legacy.
“I’m not going in with an invincible, great heavyweight. I’m going in with a man who was absolutely fantastic, in his prime an immense athlete and amazing fighter.
“He’s still the quickest punching heavyweight in the world, but the gas tank is very low and doesn’t last very long.
“I’m expecting the very best of David Haye, but I understand it won’t be there for very long, and when the gas tank runs out this big, fat Scouser is going to run through him like a steam train. I’m not going to stop.”