Radivoje ‘Hot Rod’ Kalajdzic believes he will expose IBF Light-Heavyweight Champion Artur Beterbiev.
The Florida-based Bosnian challenges for the Russian KO King’s World Title in Stockton, California on Saturday night, live on BoxNation.
Kalajdzic said: "I've watched enough of Beterbiev and know that he's a strong fighter, but he just comes forward and my plan is to counter his aggressiveness.
"His resume is pretty thin and he did get dropped in his last fight. There's a lot that I can take advantage of," he warned.
The 27-year-old Kalajdzic has bounced back with three knockouts victories since his only loss, a controversially scored eight-round split decision to Marcus Browne in April 2016.
"That's all in the past. At the time, I wanted an immediate rematch against Browne, but now I just want to come out victorious on Saturday night," he added.
"Now that my chance to become a World Champion is here, I'm ready to take home the belt. It's a life changing opportunity and I'm up for the challenge.
"I've never been hurt in my career and I don't plan on giving Beterbiev that chance either.
"The Light-Heavyweight division is very hot right now and coming out victorious on Saturday night will lead to even bigger fights. I can't wait to get into the ring and bring the belt home."