Peter Fury, head trainer for WBO middleweight champion Savannah Marshall, is expecting a lot of fireworks when his boxer takes on IBF, WBA, WBC middleweight champion Claressa Shields on September 10 at the O2 Arena in London.

Fury views the upcoming fight as the crowning moment of Marshall's career.

"I'm very pleased for Savannah, she's worked all her life from being a child, 12 years of age, to be unifying all the belts, and against a top fighter as well, double [Olympic] gold medallist. It's perfect. Stories are made like this," he told Sky Sports.

"What it's going to do for little kids growing up to see this. It's an amazing, amazing achievement. Savannah's career is just about to go lift off."

There has been a lot of trash talk over the years - which stems from Marshall's win over Shields in the amateurs. That outcome is sole defeat of Shields' career, amateur or pro, in a boxing ring.

Fury is paying no attention to the war of words.

"To me it means absolutely zero. I wasn't really listening to what Claressa was really saying. It's all a bit of bravado, it's excitement, it is what it is. It means nothing to me. The main thing for me and Savannah is strictly down to business and getting the job done. We know what's in front of her and we're silently confident," Fury said.

"Listen it's a unification fight, it ain't going to be a 'tippy tappy' trying to just steal it on points. Get in there. For a unified championship, you've got to take it off the other one. It's going to be blood and guts I'm afraid. That's what fight fans want to see and that's what we're going to get."