Anthony Joshua battles Alexander Usyk before Eddie Hearn gives fans a tour inside Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
AJ will defend his WBA, IBF and WBO titles against mandatory challenger Usyk in front of a crowd of more than 70,000 on Saturday.
And promoter Hearn gave a glimpse into the dressing room of the Spurs home to see where AJ would be hot, and how the two boxers would do their ring walks.
He said on Instagram Live: “Thought I’d come over now, just to get you a little excited about what to do on Saturday night.
“World, Unified World Heavyweight Championship, AJ against Usyk, here at the incredible Tottenham Stadium.”
Hearn then went to Spurs’ home dressing room, where the players’ shirts were still hanging.
He continued: “Here, before the final preparations unfold before your eyes on Saturday.
“Come on, scream time now, 70,000 people are waiting. Incredible sight.”
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Joshua has previously sold Wembley Stadium with 90,000 fans and 80,000 fans in the Principality of Cardiff.
He was supposed to make his new home debut at Spurs last summer against 40-year-old Kubrat Pulev, until the coronavirus pandemic hit the occasion.
Instead, he defeated Pulev in front of just 1,000 fans in his last fight at Wembley Arena in December.
But as the sell-off potential returns, AJ sheds another tear for the ages after his 2017 classic Vladimir Klitschko, now 45.
Joshua, 31, said: “For me it was just a good time, a good fight. Shall we top it? Perhaps. Let’s see if Usyk wants to go down that path.
“Let’s see if he can put me in some trouble and if I can put him in some trouble.
“As you saw with the Battle of Ruiz, even though it was a tough night, I just kept getting up.
“I will always stand on my feet and try to fight. I will always give you amusing nights.”