There should be no stopping super-slick Kell Brook on Saturday night.
The Star fully expects Sheffield's IBF world champion boxer to convincingly beat Canadian challenger Kevin Bizier, at Sheffield Arena.
The muscular Brit is a massive favourite to win and record his 36th professional victory.
But Brook will be taking nothing for granted in this potential "banana skin" bout.
The 29-year-old says: "I’m not taking anything away from Kevin Bizier, but he is not an A-class fighter in my eyes.”
Coaching staff said no complacency has crept into his long and gruelling camp at the Ingle gym and The Star believes Brook will stop the tough visitor on Saturday, for the first time in the north American's career.
A win on home turf should then hopefully unlock more doors for Brook.
He has been unlucky in failing to ink contracts with some of the biggest names in the division, so far.
But he is making clear that he will fight “anyone, anytime, anywhere” for the big purses and belts.
Brook has an eye on Danny Garcia, Manny Pacquiao, Timothy Bradley or Jessie Vargas after failing to land a date with Amir Khan.
But that is for the future.
First the Ecclesfield champion has to not only win, but impress, on the bill which will be televised around the globe.
The Star has 20 tickets to give away, in pairs of two.
To enter the competition, study these four questions and email your answers to email@example.com - mark the subject field as Kell Brook ticket competition.
Add an address and day-time phone number.
Closing date: noon Wednesday March 23.
(Usual Sheffield Newspapers rules apply.)
1: Where did Kell beat Frankie Gavin: London or Sheffield?
2: Who did Kell beat to win the world championship?
3: Who is Kell's trainer?
4: Which is Kell's favourite football team?
Successful entrants will pick up their tickets on the night at the Arena box office.
(Outside of this competition, tickets are available online at www.sheffieldarena.co.uk, by phone on 0114 256 5656 or in person at the Arena Box Office.
Tickets purchased online or by phone are priced £44 - £165 including booking fee. Tickets purchased in person at the Arena Box Office are priced £42 - £157.50 including booking fee. Tickets are limited to 4 per person.)