Walsall's Steve Gethin is preparing for his 15 minutes of fame tonight as he fights Amir Khan live on national television.
The 18-year-old continues his dream of becoming Britain's youngest ever World Champion with a four-round contest against Gethin at Glasgow's Braehead Arena tomorrow.
Gethin's last fight saw him lose against English Super-Featherweight title-holder Billy Corcoran and he has won only nine of his 29 professional fights.
Khan is the overwhelming favourite but Gethin won't be overawed in front of a sell-out crowd.
"I have boxed on the undercard at two Ricky Hatton shows, so I am comfortable in front of a big crowd," he said.
"This is the biggest fight of my career and I can't wait. I intend to size him up in the first round then take it from there."
Olympic silver-medallist Khan already has his fourth professional bout pencilled in for London's ExCel Arena next month and has hardly had time to pause for thought.
But the Bolton star insists he is well aware that the likes of Gethin and previous opponents David Bailey and Baz Carey all see his scalp as a notable one to enhance their own careers.
Khan said: "I have learned a lot from these fights against more experienced men than myself because they all come out wanting to beat me.
"But knowing they want to beat me only makes me train harder so I know that I will not get the chance to get complacent.
"I definitely want these fights to raise my profile so it is very important that I impress. It is only four rounds so I have got to put on a good performance while it lasts."
Khan's fans barely had the chance to blink in his home-town debut in September when he stopped the kamikaze Bailey in just 109 seconds of his eagerly-awaited debut.
But lion-hearted Coventry man Carey had other ideas and took tremendous punishment as he became the first man to extend a patient Khan to points.
Khan will be expecting to stop Gethin, who trains at Errol Johnson's Wednesbury gym, after he has largely campaigned in a lower weight category.
The idea is more about exposing an eager Khan to a Scottish audience for the first time rather than giving him major problems inside the ring.
Khan added: "This will be my first fight in Scotland but I have had lots of support and lots of fan mail.
"I definitely want fight here again in the future, it will be interesting to see how many fans I get but I will be more than willing to come back."
Khan has been working hard in trainer Oliver Harrison's Manchester gym and reaped the benefits of working alongside successful domestic scrappers Jamie Moore and Stephen Foster Jnr.
They and his family have helped keep Khan's feet firmly on the ground although the easily recognisable Olympic silver medallist admits things are not always so easy.
He added: "I get lots of fan mail and if I don't answer it I get into trouble so I have to keep on top of it.
"I get quite a few marriage proposals but it helps me focus. I am coping okay and my family help take a lot of the pressure off me."