FEARSOME Wagga boxer Anthony "The Bull" McCracken will be out for revenge when he takes on New Zealand champion David Aloua in Auckland on Saturday night.
McCracken will no longer be part of the 'Last Man Standing' series and has accepted a late invitation to fight Aloua for three titles in one of the feature events of the fight night.
Australian boxer Daniel Baff was originally down to fight Aloua but has pulled out due to illness.
McCracken was then promoted from the 'Last Man Standing' series, that will feature on the same card, to fight Aloua for the WBO Asia Pacific cruiserweight title, WBA Pan African cruiserweight title and the OPBF cruiserweight title.
Pat Burke, who will be in McCracken's corner on Saturday night, described the bout as the biggest of "The Bull's" career.
"This will be the biggest fight Anthony's ever fought in," Burke said.
"This is huge for him."
McCracken met Aloua back in April 2012 in Brisbane for the vacant WPBF Asia Pacific cruiserweight title and lost in a controversial split decision.
"A lot of people thought Anthony won," Burke said.
"If he did well in the Super Eight the plan was to fight (Aloua) after anyway."
Burke said it will be a challenge for McCracken after training for three fights of three, three minute rounds.
"It's pretty brave," he said.
"He's been training for three three minute rounds and now he's got to do 10.
"But he wants it badly."
Aloua is rated the number one cruiserweight in Australasia.
McCracken, Australia's sixth ranked cruiserweight, is more experienced than Aloua but faces a tough challenge in taking him down on his home turf.
McCracken's bout is expected to screened at about 7pm, Australian time, and is available on television through Main Event.
About 15,000 people are expected to attend the fight night in Auckland.