WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has described his clash with Dillian Whyte as "the Ferrari racing the Vauxhall Corsa".
Last week, it was confirmed that Fury would put his world title on the line against mandatory challenger Whyte, the bout scheduled to take place at Wembley Stadium on April 23.
Although Fury has labelled Whyte as "a dangerous" fighter, the 33-year-old feels that he should "look like Muhammed Ali" against the fellow British fighter.
Speaking to reporters at a press conference, Fury said: "He's no different to any other fighter in my career. They are all dangerous, got a puncher's chance and want to win, and they know that riches and glory await victory.
"If I can't look like Muhammed Ali against this guy, then I'm not as good as I think I am. I will chop him to bits, not a problem. I will smash his face right in. You are going to see a boxing masterclass. You are going to see the difference in levels. You are going to see the Ferrari racing the Vauxhall Corsa.
"There are levels to this game. I'm not saying that Dillian Whyte isn't capable of winning a fight, he's won nearly 30, but there is a gulf in class."