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Scott Harrison insists a change in preparations will not stop him defending his WBO featherweight title for the sixth time.
The Scot, who faces Ethiopian Samuel Kebede in Glasgow on Friday, normally trains around the Fort William hills.
This time he has prepared in Torquay and London, but he said: "It has taken some of the boredom from it.
"I can't wait for Friday. My weight is perfect. I've used five sparring partners and I'm feeling good."
Harrison said he will dedicate the fight to the Black Watch in Iraq.