Kiwi boxer Joseph Parker is unsure how he will beat rival Anthony Joshua on Sunday (NZ time), but he knows how he would celebrate victory in the ring.
The highly anticipated match-up at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff is an opportunity for one of these unbeaten fighters to unify the four major heavyweight titles, with Joshua currently holding the WBA, IBF and IBO belts, while Parker holds the WBO.
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Parker heads into the fight as the underdog, but is determined to bring Joshua's belts back to New Zealand and Samoa.
Speaking to Si and Gary on More FM, Parker said he already knew how he would celebrate if he was the one walking away with the belts.
"I'll knock him down - or it will be by decision - and then we will celebrate in the ring," he told More FM.
"Then I'm going to a place where they sell burgers - juicy burgers - I'll have some chocolate and I'm going to top it off with a healthy juice."
Parker plans to walk out to his usual fight song 'Can't Be Touched' by Roy Jones Jr, but he will do something extra special before that to bring that feeling of 'home' around the potentially hostile Welsh stadium.
"I will be playing the New Zealand haka," he said. "It is going to be on and hopefully, if New Zealanders hear the haka, they can stand up and represent and show us where they are.
"There is support wherever we go. We love the support we are getting from back home and Samoa, and getting messages and videos is very humbling, and our team appreciate it.
"It is going to help us on fight night."