Carl Frampton warned Scott Quigg that he can expect a hostile reception in their third press conference in Belfast on Wednesday.
The pair went head-to-head for the second day in a row in Manchester on Tuesday following on from their meeting at the press conference in London on Monday.
Their promotional tour wraps up in Belfast on Wednesday, and Frampton is adamant that he will have plenty more fans turn out to support him in order to make it an uncomfortable event for his rival.
Quigg has seemingly enjoyed both press conferences thus far while his opponent on February 27 appeared to lose his cool at times.
Nevertheless, both men exchanged words when facing off although it was followed by a handshake to suggest that there is genuine respect there and that ultimately they are heading into the bout knowing that they have a job to do.
Frampton will defend his IBF super-bantamweight title while Quigg puts his WBA strap on the line in what is expected to be an explosive night of boxing.
The rival promotional companies as well as trainers Joe Gallagher and Shane McGuigan also got involved in the war of words, as it all adds extra spice to what is already being tipped to be one of the fights of the year in 2016.
While both men have been relatively calm in the first two press conferences, it remains to be seen whether or not the third and final meeting passes without controversy.