Amir Khan has claimed that he is the best boxer in Britain ahead of his world title unification bout against Zab Judah on Saturday.
The 24-year-old will defend his WBA light-welterweight title while the American puts his IBF title on the line in Las Vegas.
"Pound for pound, I'm way ahead of all the other British fighters, and I think people know that," he told BBC Sport.
"Anybody who knows about boxing will go crazy for this fight," he added. "It's an exciting fight with two big-hitters and Judah's fought some big names and is a five-time world champion."
The Bolton-born fighter has won 25 of his 26 professional bouts and scored an Olympic silver medal at the 2004 Athens Games at the age of 17.