British boxer, Dillian Whyte, has given a glimpse into his plan, as he faces Alexander Povetkin tomorrow.
Whyte has shed significant weight for the rematch and promised a punishing revenge victory.
He tipped the scales at 17st 9lbs 3oz, with Povetkin coming in at 16st 4lbs 4oz.
Whyte has hinted that he intends to clinically break down Russia’s former WBA champion.
“It means everything to me,” Whyte told Sky Sports.
“I’ve come in half-a-stone lighter – it wasn’t deliberate. Just small adjustments.
“I expect a tough 12-round fight.
“Every time I step into the ring I give my all. This is nothing different. You can create pressure in yourself if you start listening to people.
“I will stop him. Don’t expect me to come out and be wild because there are ways of doing things.
“Fight him, be physical, box him. But I am looking for the stoppage.
“We have different ways of pressing him. Standing in front, but not being in front of him, using angles and my legs.”