David Haye has vowed to "punish" Dereck Chisora tonight when they meet at Upton Park, despite weighing-in 37lbs lighter than his opponent.
Haye vs. Chisora takes place at 22:00 BST and airs live on BoxNation in the UK, with Haye the huge odds-on favourite with bookmakers to be victorious.
Haye weighed in at 210lbs at a feisty weigh-in - the lightest he has been for any of his six heavyweight fights.
Chisora, three years younger than his opponent at the age of 28, weighed in at 247lbs.
The back story to this bout is well known. Haye and Chisora came to blows following the latter's WBC world title defeat by Vitali Klitschko, before Chisora threatened to shoot his domestic rival.
Chisora also slapped Vitali at the weigh-in and spat water in the face of his opponent's brother, Wladimir, moments before their bout.
"He's not a nice man," said Haye on the eve of tonight's fight. "He's a horrible, spiteful man and a bully.
"The law hasn't punished him, so it's left to me to punish him."
Neither boxer currently holds a British boxing licence - Haye was officially retired at the time of their high-profile brawl, while Chisora's licence was revoked by the British Boxing Board of Control as a result of his actions - and the fight has been sanctioned by the Luxembourg Boxing Federation.
A crowd of over 30,000 are expected at West Ham's ground tonight, proving those who condemned the bout were wide of the mark.
"There are a few journalists who are appalled by it and they're trying to pass their opinions onto the public, but the public aren't buying it," Haye told BBC Sport this week.
"It's huge. They've seen us do it at a press conference, but they want to see us do it for real, toe to toe, a slug-fest.
"People talk about the controversy surrounding this fight but the bottom line is it's two people getting into the ring and having a boxing match.
"And if you look at our styles they will gel, it will be an exciting fight and the crowd will get their money's worth.
"Chisora is getting knocked out quick, blasted out real fast. He walks onto a big, big shot and goes down for 10 seconds."
Chisora is coming off three straight defeats to Tyson Fury and Robert Helenius in addition to Klitschko. His last performance against Vitali was arguably his best ever as he hit the older Klitshcko harder than anyone in recent memory. That would have gained him a lot of credit if it wasn't for the post-fight press conference.
Haye deserves to be favourite though. He has more experience at a higher level, is by far the classier and quicker of the two, and can adapt his gameplan at will.
Chisora will be more resistant than Haye's last opponent, John Ruiz, but it is hard to see the 32-year-old being beaten tonight.
Prediction: Haye via KO.