Tommy Fury says he could be ready for that pressure which includes after”that the very best fighting man” as he begs for his professional introduction.
Even the 19-year-old, brother of former world heavyweight champion Tyson, faces the Jevgenijs Andrejevs at Manchester Arena on Saturday of Latvia.
“There’ll be pressure but that I knew that coming into this,” Fury said.
“I’m not here to surpass anyone. I have come into this game to do my own thing.”
BBC Sport goes behind the scenes using Fury in an Insta-gram story as he gets ready to fight on the undercard of both Josh Warrington’s IBF world featherweight title defence against Carl Frampton.
He is facing a guy who has 102 defeats against 115 bouts.
Inside the exact distance 1 3 times, Andrejevs, 37, has been ceased despite his heavy record.
Fury – that is coached by Ricky Hatton – merely needed 1 2 amateur competitions and thus gaining ring experience will be a focal point in his early bouts for the guy who spent his youth years in the fitness center with his own brother.
He said:”By being a new kid there is pressure, individuals would come to the fitness center and say:’That is Tommy Fury.’
“If I could achieve half of that which Tyson has done I will be privileged as he’s the most effective fighting man I have seen.”