Declan Trainor faces the biggest test of his professional career on Saturday night in Belfast.
Trainor - unbeaten so far as a pro - takes on the very dangerous Stephen Reynolds.
Warrenpoint fighter Trainor is known as a bit of a puncher and he wants that KO record of his to keep on going at the Devonish Complex.
“I’m known for having a big right hand. If it lands then there is usually trouble.
“Reynolds is a pressure fighter, he keeps coming forward and that will give me a chance to get him to walk onto my big punch,” said Trainor.
And Trainor says training for this Celtic Nations Cruiserweight title fight has gone well.
“I’ve had great sparring with Jay McGann and one of Reynolds former opponents, Moses Matovu.
“I’ve landed some rocking shots and I’ll be doing the same come fight night. The atmosphere will be electric. That will give me the edge to take the title home,” he added.
Also on the bill Daniel McShane and Joe Hillerby will fight for titles, while Paddy Gallagher, Christina McMahon, John Hutchinson and Oisin Fagan will also appear.