Kell Brook appears pumped and ready for Terence Crawford.
Special K will challenge one of the pound-for-pound best for his WBO welterweight title in his first outing in the division since 2017.
Brook has only lost twice in his career, to Gennady Golovkin and Errol Spence Jr and some see the 34-year-old’s next fight as his final payday before hanging up his gloves.
Having chased a fight with Amir Khan, who spurned the opportunity of an all-British clash to face Crawford, Brook now has his opportunity at the American.
Khan was stopped in the sixth round and Brook appears in the shape of his life for his fight.
“I know people are writing me off, saying I’m 34 and haven’t made welterweight for years,” said Brook.
“I feel this is the moment where I become great in this fight.
“If you had seen me in the last four or five months I have been obsessed,” Brook told 5 Live from his base in Las Vegas.
“I’ve sacrificed, taken myself away from my girls and been training so hard because I know that if I walk away from the sport I want to know I have done everything I can. This is the biggest fight of my career.”
Although Brook looks shredded, the Sheffield-born fighter insists he has already made the weight several days before he needs to.
“People are panicking about the weight – the weight is made,” added Brook. “He has never boxed anyone the size of me – a genuine, strong, big, determined welterweight.
“He does everything so well. He basically has it all, an elite fighter. I can’t say he has things I can pull him down on but I know one thing, I am going to give his chin a good check.
“I know I will have to box the best I have ever in my career to get that win.”