Isaac Chamberlain is eager to face Lawrence Okolie on Saturday, as he plans to break his glass jaw.
The rival cruiserweight duo are putting their unbeaten record on the line at The O2 in a fight expected to spark.
Chamberlain, however feels he has the right experience to take out his London rival.
Speaking to Sky Sports, the Brixton man said: “This will be an emphatic fight and don’t be surprised if I totally dominate.
“As Kell Brook would say, ‘he’s weak around the whiskers’, he’s got some glass in his jaw, I’m going to test that glass and it will fall like sugar.
“He talks too much and has started to believe his own hype. That’s the situation. He’s such a beast and vicious puncher, but he couldn’t stop Blaise Mendouo at York Hall.
“I’ve been in with big hitters, I’ve sparred Deontay Wilder, Olexsandr Usyk and Mike Perez. I went to these camps to test myself and see where I stand.
“We have our game plan, the talking is nearly over, he could talk forever, I’m not about that, I’m locked in and ready to roll.
“He hasn’t been in the trenches before and that’s when I charge up. When we are tired, I will get through. I know how to handle myself when I’m really fatigued.
“I use everything as motivation, motivation is like a shower, and you need it every day. I’m so consistent with what I’m doing, the motivation has become a habit. I’m obsessed with my drive to succeed and better myself.”