Jamie Conlan will be looking to make a massive impression at the National Stadium in Dublin on July 4.
The Belfast super flyweight will headline the show when he fights for the WBO European title.
Conlan has got on with his job as a professional in an understated and chilled out manner.
He has racked up 13 wins so far as a professional and this is now his time to shine in the spotlight of headlining a show.
Jamie has also lived in the shadow of his Olympic bronze medal winning brother Michael.
But speaking at a press conference in Dublin on Thursday Conlan - with his fight live on Boxnation - says he is ready to show the world what he can do.
“I am delighted. This will be my second fight at the National Stadium as a professional and I can’t wait. When you were fighting in the Irish championships as an amateur the National Stadium was the biggest thing ever.
“The fight is on television and I am headlining the show but a ring is a ring and a fight is a fight.
“It does not matter to me if there is one person there watching or thousands, and if there is TV, there is TV. It makes no difference to me.
“But to headline a show on television is brilliant for me, my team and my family for me to get this kind of exposure,” he added.
And the Belfast fighter says he will have to be at his best on July 4.
“It’s going to be tough and they are talking about a former World title challenger.
“He is a good fighter and he lost his World title fight in Japan to a split decision, so he must be good.
“If it is that guy, that is the kind of fight I want at this stage of my career,” stated Conlan.
This will be Conlan’s first fight without long time trainer John Breen as he has moved to the MGM Gym in Marbella and he says things are going well.
“I have only trained under the Irish national coach, my dad and John Breen, but with my new trainer Danny Vaughan( we just clicked straight away and things got off to a flying start.
“From the very start he was telling me the things I wanted to hear and it’s brilliant.
“Every day is tough and he is pushing me hard. He comes to the track and he watches everything I do.
“He watches my diet, my runs, just everything and that makes a big difference.”
Ryan Burnett will also appear on the bill. Belfast bantamweight Burnett has impressed so far as a pro.
Meanwhile super featherweight Anthony Cacace returns to the ring on June 15.
The former Irish champion will fight in Budapest, Hungry and Alfredo Meli’s Irish title fight against JJ McDonagh tonight has been called off.