Danny Green and Shane Cameron both came in under the agreed 89kg limit at today's unofficial media weigh-in as the Perth fighter looked to deliver a late psychological blow before tomorrow's IBO cruiserweight title fight in Melbourne.
The two got on the scales at the Crown Casino, with Green telling his opponent: "Let's see what you got, big boy!"
Green also took pleasure in telling Cameron about how he had been filling up on pancakes at breakfast - a reference to the New Zealander having to drop down from heavyweight for the fight.
The two faced off for a good 25 seconds, before Cameron dismissed Green's comments.
"He can say what he wants, I'm comfortable at the weight," he said. "I've been waiting all my career for this - a world title fight against a big-name opponent.
"It'll be definitely a win on my side - if I land a good one on Danny it will be hard night for him."
Green believes 35-year-old Cameron will add "an extra 10 kegs" come fight time, although the Kiwi will will have to watch what he eats for a while longer yet - the official weigh-in doesn't take place until 6pm Melbourne time when the weights will be anounced.
A large number of Kiwis were in the conference room to cheer Cameron and he will also have the support of All Blacks legend Jonah Lomu, who is flying into Melbourne for the fight.
Green, 39, has been stopped in two of his last three outings and hasn't beaten a genuine cruiserweight since his points victory over BJ Flores two years ago.
The fight is being shown on the Main Event, with the pair scheduled to enter the ring at 6pm WA time.