Bellew out to punish Miranda
Tony Bellew says Edison Miranda won't forget him after riling the British and Commonwealth champion ahead of Saturday's bout.
The British fighter will be looking to make a statement of intent when he steps into the ring with the experienced Miranda at Alexandra Palace.
The 29-year-old is looking to earn himself a light-heavyweight world title shot by defeating Miranda, who is making a step up in weight having been a super-middleweight for the majority of his career.
In the build-up to the contest Miranda has stated he doesn't think Bellew is good enough to be in the ring with him, the Colombian having faced off against Andre Ward, Arthur Abraham and Lucien Bute in the past.
Bellew has now warned Miranda he would be foolish to under-estimate him as he looks to earn the respect of his opponent.
"He's fighting a real light-heavyweight who's going to put it on him, he's going to feel what I've got and he's not going to like it," said the Evertonian.
"He doesn't know anything about me, doesn't even respect me, but he's going to find out who Tony Bellew is tomorrow.
"Every fight now is not just about winning, it's about how you win. Winning isn't enough any more, I have to look good winning."