The two undefeated fighters meet in Las Vegas in what is expected to be one of the most lucrative bouts in boxing history, and Ogogo has insisted that he would love to showcase his skills on the night.
The 24-year-old told BBC Radio Suffolk: "My fingers are very much crossed for getting on that card. It's a massive card. My friend was in New York for the press conference earlier this week and he said Times Square came to a standstill.
"They will probably have eight or nine fights on the card and a little lad from Suffolk getting on such a massive card would be unbelievable."
Ogogo made his professional debut in April, after winning a bronze medal at the Olympics last year.