JACK Cullen knows he has a point to prove against the unbeaten John Docherty on Saturday night.

The Little Lever Meat Cleaver heads to Wembley Arena on the back of a draw against Zak Chelli at Fight Camp back in August.

Having also been stopped by Docherty’s gym mate Felix Cash under the Matchroom banner last year, the former English middleweight champion is determined to show Sky Sports viewers what he’s all about.

Cullen was originally pencilled in to face Jamie Cox but after Scottish amateur star Docherty’s foe Jack Arnfield also pulled out, the fighters were paired together by Eddie Hearn in an eliminator for the British super-middleweight title.

“What he's got to realise is I'm not a middleweight anymore, I'm a super-middle and I'm a big super-middle,” said the rangy Cullen, who has won 18 of his 21 fights.

“I'm coming to win. Obviously you've given me another chance, Matchroom have given me another chance and I'm here to prove a point.

“In beating John Docherty I will prove my point. I'm going to show how good I really am.

“He's fought journeymen. He's not fought anyone decent yet. He's going to see on fight night how good I am."

Docherty believes Cullen clearly lost to Chelli last time out and has not intention of leaving it to the judges on a card headlined by three women’s world title fights, including Irish star Katie Taylor defending her undisputed lightweight crown.

“On paper Jack Cullen is my biggest test to date,” said the 23-year-old, who has won all nine of his fights with seven stoppages.

“I’m going in there to do a proper job on him. I’ve got to put the super-middleweight division on notice on Saturday night and I’ll be doing that.

“He doesn’t bring anything different to the table each time he fights. He takes too many shots and he leaves himself open. Zak Chelli made him look very basic. I knew he was basic anyway, but he looked very bad in his last fight. No way it was a draw, he got beat fair and square.

“There won’t be any drama around the scorecards this time, I’ll be knocking him out.”

The fight is available free-to-air with the show available to Sky Sports customers and non-subscribers alike, from 7pm on the broadcaster’s YouTube and Facebook channels as well as on www.skysports.com