Katie Taylor says she's keen to put on a show when defending her world lightweight titles against Miriam Gutierrez at Wembley Arena on Saturday night.
It'll be a first headline bout as a professional for the 2012 Olympic champion and the Bray fighter says she's honoured to top the bill on a card featuring three women's world title bouts.
"It's a privilege to be headlining such a big show, an historic show," Taylor told Sky Sports.
"I never thought when I turned pro that we would see three women's world title fights on a show.
"I want to make history and create legacy and, to do that, you have to be active and take risks.
"We're in this sport to inspire the next generation. It's incredible to me that female fighters are household names now."
Taylor says she has respect for her unbeaten Spanish opponent, but she's vowing to put on a show in London.
"One punch can change a fight in professional boxing. She is an unbeaten fighter and better than people expect.
"Hopefully I will do a bit of everything - outbox her and outfight her. There are no easy fights at this stage. This is a huge opportunity for her.
"Complacency is very, very dangerous. I'm ready for whatever comes my way. People haven't seen the best of me.
"Every belt is on the line. She has a lot to fight for. But this is the position I've always wanted to be in, defending my titles. I'm prepared to walk away the undisputed champion."