JACK Cullen tops the bill at tomorrow's big fight night in Bolton looking to put on the performance of his career so far.

The Little Lever middleweight fights Nigerian Rasheed Abolaji in a Commonwealth title eliminator.

Cullen, aged 25, hopes he is on course for a shot at the British title within three fights, but is looking no further than tomorrow night's test at the Bolton Whites Hotel.

"He's a tough lad with 11 wins, six knockouts, four losses and a draw," said Cullen.

"He's got a good guard, comes forward and likes to punch to the body but if I'm on game I'll beat him.

"This is the biggest fight of my career, a 10-round eliminator to fight for the Commonwealth title.

"Once I win this I get to fight for the Commonwealth and then after that it's the British title, hopefully.

"There'll be a few thousand there on Saturday night and I've sold 200 tickets who'll all be supporting me and I've got to put on a good show for them.

"I'm absolutely excited and can't wait. I've fought at Bolton Whites a few times before and it's mint because it's my home crowd.

"I've only had one week off since my last fight on October 6 and I've had one of the best camps I've ever had, sparring some class lads.

"My weight is bang on, I'm fit and ready."