LITTLE Lever’s Meat Cleaver is back on the big stage tomorrow night - and knows he cannot afford a slip up.

Jack Cullen takes on Zak Chelli at super-middleweight on the final of Eddie Hearn’s four Fight Camp cards held behind closed doors in the grounds of Matchroom Boxing’s headquarters in Brentwood, Essex.

Having bounced back after his thrilling defeat to Felix Cash in November, the 26-year-old former English champion is looking to steal the show once again as Dillian Whyte’s heavyweight clash with Alexander Povetkin headlines on Sky Sports Box Office.

Cullen knows that a third defeat on his record, which also includes 18 wins, would be a major setback as he looks to make a statement after stepping up to the 168lb division having previously campaigned at middleweight.

“It’s definitely an important fight for my career,” he said at yesterday’s press conference.

“I can’t be getting beat anymore. Moving up to the weight I’m feeling bigger, better and stronger.

“The stuff that we have been working on is great. I don’t just have to make weight, make weight, make weight. We’ve been practicing stuff, working on stuff.

“This is my time to shine. Everyone says it’s going to be a good fight. I think it’s going to be a good fight. Zak Chelli thinks it’s going to be a good fight. I’ve not been in a boring fight yet.

“I’m looking forward to it. You’re going to be hearing your coach in the corner a lot more. Your fans aren’t going to be egging you on. You’ll stick to your game plan and get the job done.”

Chelli has won seven of eight as a professional and at four years Cullen’s junior, goes into battle with plenty of ambition of moving on to bigger and better things.

The Fulham fighter is confident fans are in for a treat on a night that also sees Irish star Katie Taylor defend her lightweight world titles in a rematch against Delfine Persoon.

“I’m looking forward to it and I’m really grateful for this opportunity,” he said.

“I’ve been training for the last eleven months since my last fight so my camp has been eleven months long and I’m ready for it now.

“Jack likes to come forward, I like to throw punches, so it’s going to be a great clash.

“I’m only 22, turning 23 in four months time. As a 22-year-old I’ve already fought for the Southern Area Title. I was supposed to fight for the English super-middleweight title but coronavirus took that away.

“I’m only 22, if this fight goes well I could fight for the British Title, the guy I’ve already beaten (Umar Sadiq) is fighting for the British Title. It’s going well for me.

“My work rate has improved a lot since my last fight. I’m much more of a fighter than a boxer now. Expect fireworks, expect a spectacular fight.”