Kell Brook isn't the first British fighter who has dreamt of having his name up in lights in Las Vegas.
Nor is he the first tourist to land in Sin City taking a punt against the odds.
The fact his showdown against Terence Crawford this weekend in the fight capital of the world is behind-closed-doors may mean the billboards on the Strip aren't advertising the fight.
But there is no doubt the Sheffield underdog would be hitting the jackpot if he becomes the first man to hand three-weight world champion Crawford defeat and lands the WBO welterweight title.
Brook, 34, has been in the Covid-secure 'bubble' at the MGM Grand since Tuesday this week but he has had the chance to wander around Vegas to soak it up before that and nothing will take his moment away from him.
“We’ve had a little walk down The Strip to the Bellagio and seen the fountains and stuff a couple of times,” said the former IBF welterweight champion.
“We’re here to do a job, that’s the bottom line.
“We’re not here to enjoy it, we’re here to pull a massive upset off.
“Every fighter always dreams about fighting at Madison Square Garden or the MGM in Las Vegas, everyone does.
“That's all fighters dream about, I've been doing it since I was nine and to see myself up in lights in Las Vegas it is what dreams are made of.
“To be on the platform of all the legends of boxing – Mike Tyson, Muhammad Ali, Felix Trinidad, Oscar De La Hoya, Fernando Vargas, Bernard Hopkins, the Mayweathers.”
But while the reward for pulling off a huge shock would he huge for Brook, defeat is also a huge loss.
That would be his third defeat after losses to Gennady Golovkin and Errol Spence Jnr left him with steel plates needing to be inserted under his eyes to repair broken orbital bones suffered in both fights.
After 41 fights and at 34, another loss could be the end. But even if he wins Brook admits he may walk away knowing he has toppled one of the best in the world.
“I could happily retire knowing that I've beaten the best out there,” he said.
“What else do you want from me? I've beaten the king of boxing.
“If I get beat by the better man, I’ve got to sit down with my family and think what do I do next? Of course I would.”
Brook will pocket around £1.5m for this weekend's clash in Las Vegas as he takes on the man who beat his bitter rival Amir Khan last year.
He goes into the fight without his long-time trainer Dom Ingle while he also opted not to use promoter Eddie Hearn in talks to secure the fight and it is also the first time he has fought at welterweight in three years.
The last time being when he was stopped by Spence Jnr in front of his hometown fans at Bramall Lane.
It has led to accusations that this is merely a cash-out fight for Brook to earn as much as he can before hanging up his gloves with the odds stacked against him.
But the 'Special One' said: “This is for no-one else, this is for me. This for me this fight to prove to myself I am an elite fighter. This win will be for me.”
We will soon find out if Brook is bluffing or if he can beat the odds in the gambling mecca.
Crawford v Brook is live on Premier Sports from midnight. For details see premiersports.com