Shawn Porter believes Danny Garcia will try and box like Kell Brook when they meet for the vacant WBC Welterweight Title, live on BoxNation this weekend.
Saturday’s clash is one of the best in boxing with the winner on the path to bigger paydays and the loser facing a tough battle back to the top.
Porter, 30, lost his IBF belt to Sheffield’s Brook on points in August 2014 and since then won four times before losing a close decision to Keith Thurman.
If Garcia thinks Brook delivered the blueprint he will have to make it a messy and frustrate his fellow America.
Speaking at Wednesday's media workout, Porter (28-2-1) said: "The Kell Brook fight is only on my mind because I know that's a fight someone will watch to try to figure out how to stop me.
"He's going to try and hold like in that fight and do it even more than Brook did. Other than that, he has no chance of catching me coming in," added the Ohioan.
"It's going to be everything I do that will help me get this win. It's the work rate, power and a different level of speed than he's used to. Nobody has my combination of that power and speed.
"I just don't think Danny can handle me. He says I'm tailor-made for him, but we'll see on Saturday night.
"This is a huge fight. It's the biggest fight of my career and my life. I've been doing this since I was eight and I can't think of an opportunity that I've wanted more in my life. This is my Super Bowl."
Garcia is a slight favourite to win the crossroads clash and warned: "I'm ready for anything. I'm prepared to fight backwards, forwards or whatever I need to do.”