JACK Cullen cannot wait to see Little Lever take over the Manchester Arena tomorrow night.

The village favourite is set to take an army of supporters to one of British boxing’s most iconic venues when he challenges Felix Cash for the Commonwealth middleweight title.

Promoter Eddie Hearn was impressed by the noise Cullen’s fan base made when he successfully defended his English belt against John Harding Jnr in some style in Liverpool in August.

But the 25-year-old ‘Little Lever Meat Cleaver’ has warned the Matchroom Boxing chief he has not seen anything yet, with the Tommy Battel-trained fighter looking to lift another major honour in front of the Sky Sports cameras.

“I’ve sold more than 600 tickets myself and I think they’re going to open Eddie’s eyes,” Cullen, who was lost just one of 18 fights, said.

“There was only about 180 to 200 in Liverpool but they always make a great noise.

“I could have sold more for this one but I sold out. I think there’ll be more than that because people are still trying to buy them online.

“It’s going to be incredible. My amazing fans do get me going.  When I get that much support it really gets me fighting at my best and I’m going to show that on Saturday night.

“I’m coming for the Commonwealth title and I’m going home with it.”

Known for his all-action style, Cullen is looking to take advantage of the height and reach advantage he will have over Cash, the defending champion unbeaten in 11 fights with seven knockouts.

The Wokingham man has long been touted as a top prospect but the Bolton fighter is not concerned by pre-fight predictions as he looks to continue making waves in the domestic 160lb division.

“I am seen as the underdog going into this fight but I’d rather it was that way,” Cullen said.

“On paper Felix is probably the toughest boxer that I have fought but we will see when I’m jabbing his head off. 

“It would mean a lot to me to win this belt, I’ve got the English belt that’s a stepping stone, this is also and it’s the British title that I want next. I have just got to keep winning if I want to get there.”