Daniel Dubois continues his bid to dominate the heavyweight division tonight.
The 22-year-old takes on fellow unbeaten fighter Ebenezer Tetteh at the Royal Albert Hall in London where the Commonwealth title will be on the line.
Dubois has already won the Southern Area, English and British belts and is bidding to win every available strap.
Victory tonight would leave him with just the European and world titles to win in order to complete an unprecedented haul.
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Dubois, meanwhile, is confident he can turn on the style again in his 13th professional fight.
“It is my job to come through in style. I haven’t really studied Tetteh. I just want to fight and win again,” he said.
“Every challenge brings something different and I get better each time I fight.
“I believe I am world class and it is only a matter of time before I am up there with the big names.
“I am a man on a mission and not going to be stopped. It will be fireworks on Friday and a devastating performance is coming.”
Tetteh, meanwhile, is confident he can deliver a better performance than his countryman Richard Lartey who was stopped in the fourth round by Dubois earlier this year.
The Ghanaian said: “I have watched Daniel v Lartey and [Nathan] Gorman and know what I have to do to beat him on Friday.
“I gave Lartey sparring and I am better than him. I can move and punch.
“I expect to beat Daniel. Lartey gave him a good fight but I will finish Dubois.
“I want to take the title home and be the first Ghanaian Commonwealth heavyweight champion.”