Tyson Fury plans to give chief supporter Rod Stewart a run for his money as soon as he is finished with world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday night.
Scottish crooner Stewart is due to perform at Dusseldorf's Esprit Arena before the big fight for the WBA, WBO and IBF titles.
Fury has no plans to be upstaged, however, and the unbeaten British challenger is "guaranteed" to belt out a tune himself to celebrate if he wins, as is his custom.
I don't know what song yet, but I'll be singing, If I get the win there is a guaranteed song. I've been requested to sing quite a few times.
In the ring, Fury claims he may retire from boxing if he fails to beat Klitschko and is left feeling like "a fraud" on Saturday.
The 6ft 9in Traveller insists the bout is "just another fight".
He is understandably confident of beating the odds at the Esprit Arena and claims, truthfully or not, that failure would make him consider walking away.
"If I lose on Saturday, I'm a fraud,