Kiwi heavyweight boxer Joseph Parker is full of confidence heading into his title defence against Hughie Fury on Sunday morning in Manchester after claiming he saw a major weakness while in a staredown with Fury today - fear.
The WBO champion said he saw fear in the Briton's eyes when the pair faced off during today's press conference.
"You can see fear in his eyes - no fear in my eyes, I'm ready," Parker said.
New Zealand heavyweight boxer and WBO world champion Joseph Parker and British heavyweight Hughie Fury during a press conference at Old Trafford football ground in Manchester.
"He took a big gulp. No thought mate, he's scared."
However, Fury made a bold statement yesterday, saying the fight wouldn't go the distance.
"I believe I'm gonna knock him out," he said.
"I'm super confident."
Both Parker and Fury enter the bout undefeated in their professional careers, with Parker sitting on 23 wins while Fury has 20.