Josh Taylor believes that he is such a strong fighter in Glasgow that even King Kong would struggle to beat him.
Kong is a fictitious gigantic ape with little to no boxing experience, and no professional record, while Taylor is the undisputed champion at 140lbs. The Scot will defend his belts against Jack Catterall this weekend.
Speaking to Sky Sports ahead of his fight, he said: "I am very confident in my ability, very confident in winning this fight. I know I am going to win, hands down.
"It would have to be someone like King Kong to beat me in here. Even then, I think it would be a hard task for King Kong. I feel a giant inside the Hydro, [the fans] make me feel like I am unbeatable."
Speaking of the pair’s earlier meeting at the fight announcement press conference, 31-year-old Taylor sees his rival as on the back foot.
"I saw a little bit of self-doubt from him," Taylor said.
"You can't take too much from it but it's letting him know I believe I am the better fighter and he is going to have to come out here and really steal it off me to get this victory.
"I don't think he will do it. There will be nothing other than a Josh Taylor win. I do believe I can knock him out and stop him but I won't go looking for it.
"I know I can outbox him, outfight him, outthink him as well - I feel I have got the better of him in every department of the game."