The Ring, IBF, WBO, IBO and WBA heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko is expecting a rough fight against Tyson Fury in Düsseldorf, Germany on November 28.
The Ukrainian has endured a lot of taunts from the British fighter ahead of their bout and while Fury may not show too much respect for the champion, Klitschko is certainly gearing up for a rough night.
"I think that this will be one of the more difficult fights in my career. My opponent is taller, heavier, and has a longer reach than I do," Klitschko said.
"He is also younger than I am, and a very ambitious athlete, that wants to prove that he is the best and become the world champion."
Being physically taller and bigger that Klitschko, Fury should be able to boss things in the ring, but many feel that if Fury can't find a way of dealing with the champions jab then he will get knocked out.
"It will be difficult to adjust to such an opponent, and this fact in itself is intriguing," the champion added.
"I will definitely not be bored. Neither the audience nor us will be yawning during the fight."