WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury and his challenger Dillian Whyte came face-to-face for the first time ahead of Saturday's record sell-out encounter at Wembley Stadium, live on ESPN+ PPV and BT Sport Box Office.
The pair met the media at the final press conference in a packed Wembley auditorium, where there was standing room only, for the two fighters having their say before punches are traded underneath the giant arch on Saturday.
It was the first public meeting between the two boxers, as Whyte has been absent from all of the prior pre-fight promotional events.
Frank Warren, who co-promotes Fury and put together the UK card, is overwhelmed by the public response to Saturday's event.
"This is a European record for a fight with 94,000 tickets sold. It will be a fantastic night, no doubt about that, you've got the best heavyweight of his generation and WBC champion against a young man over there in Dillian who has been waiting for his shot. He has got the fight and we know he is in great shape and condition, we have looked at some of the footage and seen how hard he has trained," Warren said.
"But he has got to train hard when you are fighting a guy like Tyson Fury because Tyson has trained hard and we've had quite a few conversations over the last few weeks and he said to me that it is the best training camp he has ever, ever had. That is testament to SugarHill and all the team for getting him to where he is at. You've got both of these guys in tip-top fighting condition. So what are you going to get on the night? A great fight."