CUE the lights, cue the music and cue the boos for Matt "Massive Q" Sforcina.
While he may be dressed in a lycra-like outfit, Massive Q is definitely no cyclist — though like cyclists, people don't tend to like him much.
The Carlingford resident will be part of this Saturday's wrestling entertainment at Parramatta RSL.
A bachelor of commerce graduate, he will no doubt be counting every single jeer from the crowd and using it to spur him on.
"I'm the bad guy," the 30-year-old said.
"I started off as a good guy and then turned my back on the fans because it's much easier to be bad.
"The more noise the crowd makes, the better.
"I love it when the entire audience hates my guts."
Come fight night, Massive Q will be looking to unload on his rival and finish him off with one of his two signature moves.
"There is the 'Massive Attack' which is basically a giant splash," he said.
"I jump on my opponent [who is lying on the ground] with my entire body weight.
"I also have the 'Running Avalanche' which is where I run into them when they are in the corner of the ropes."
Unlike boxing or ultimate fighting, wrestlers do not aim to inflict pain on their opponent.
The concept is based more around entertainment and audience involvement.
"Even before you step into the ring you become a different person and character," he said. "It's a unique feeling and once you've felt it you want to feel it again.
"The entire thing is for the audience, they are what drives the show.
"The number one rule in wrestling is to protect the opponent.
"Luckily I have never been injured or more importantly injured someone else, but I have seen it happen."
Matt "Massive Q" Sforcina is a former AWF Australasian Champion.
Local favourite Mighty Mel will also wrestle on the night.