I'm happy for my dad to take the back seat: Conor Benn
When Conor Benn makes his professional debut on Saturday at London's 02 Arena on the undercard of Anthony Joshua's IBF World heavyweight title bout with Charles Martin, he will be fighting for the first time in two years.
The 19-year-old won 20 of his 22 amateur fights in Australia and has been matched with the unremarkable Luke Keleher, having joined the Matchroom stable from where he will be trained by Tony Sims.
It is because of his father, Nigel - perhaps Britain's most exciting fighter during the 1990s - that he is so far known.
Benn has grown up outside of the UK, most recently in Sydney, where his father will continue to live, but he is familiar with travelling.
He said: "My amateur fights were in stables or bingo halls outside of Sydney, not like here where you have nice venues."
Asked if they were taking a different approach to the hands-on one witnessed in Chris Eubank Jnr's career - Nigel had a fierce rivalry with Eubank Snr while at his peak - Conor said: "He's not going to be ruling the cameras.
"All I need to know is my dad's going to be there (when needed). He wants it to be about me."