Daniel Dubois is confident he holds all the aces ahead of his intriguing clash with Nathan Gorman.
The unbeaten heavyweights put their pristine records on the line in London next weekend.
And Dubois, who has stopped all but one of his professional opponents, is convinced he has the tools to inflict a first defeat on his countryman.
He said: “I have got experience now and from the day I started boxing being heavyweight champion of the world was always on my mind.
“I have the advantage over Nathan in speed and power which plays a massive advantage but there is a lot more to me as well.
“I can match any of the fastest heavyweights out there and I am ready for a fight.”
Dubois has won each of his 11 fights so far – and claims Gorman will prove no tougher than his previous opponents.
He also insists the British title on the line will be just the beginning for the 21-year-old.
He added: “We’re in the hurt business and that is what I look forward to doing to him on fight night.
“I think Nathan is gonna be my easiest fight so far and after I’ve got him out the way I’m after Joe Joyce and whoever is left.
“I have got what it takes to deal with him and it will be easy. I’m here and will get the job done. If I hadn’t shown my skills so far I wouldn’t be here.
“To go in the record books as British champion is something else and a step towards being top of the division. I don’t care about liking Nathan.”