Hughie Fury has predicted a fourth round knockout victory over Joseph Parker in their heavyweight title clash at the Manchester Arena in late September.
"Four rounds I'm saying, a four round knockout," Fury told Wraps on TV, when asked for a prediction.
Seated next to his training ring in Britain's Lake District, Fury said he did not think the Kiwi WBO champion Parker was already looking past him for a date with British "unified" champion Anthony Joshua.
Fury said: "Joseph Parker is a very good fighter and you can't take nothing away from him.
"I don't believe he is (already looking past Fury)...maybe his team is. It doesn't matter because come September 23 he's going to get beat."
Fury has been preparing in what is described as an old style camp, using woodchopping, mountain climbing and swimming to get in shape.
"It's hard guts training - I'm super confident, ready to go" Fury said.