Jeff Horn and Terence Crawford might be staying at the same Las Vegas hotel but they are living worlds apart.
Horn is in a humble one-bedroom suite at the MGM Grand with his wife Jo, whose parents are staying in an adjoining room.
Crawford, however, is living it up in a five-star multi-level loft apartment - complete with a conference facility, several lounge areas, a spa, billiard table, video game consoles and immersion shower.
It is described as the "height of decadence" on the hotel's website.
The unbeaten American showed off his fancy lodgings in a lengthy Instagram story shortly after checking in on Monday, bragging about how promoters Top Rank "hooked me up."
The difference between the standard of their rooms says everything about who they are, and where they stand in the boxing world - particularly with Bob Arum's Top Rank, who are footing the bill for their accommodation.
Horn's promoter Dean Lonergan said he wasn't concerned by the unequal treatment - nor was he surprised, given Arum has pulled out nearly all the stops to give Crawford the edge.
"Bob's got a long-term contract with Terence Crawford, and he needs to look after him, and he needs Terence to win," Lonergan told AAP.
"A five-bedroom whatever he's living in is just a distraction, because you start to carry on, believe your own bullshit and blow smoke up your own arse and thinking how wonderful you are while someone's sneaking up behind you to dethrone you.
"That's exactly what's going to happen on Saturday night."
Horn and Crawford will hold open media workouts at the MGM Grand on Thursday morning (AEST) ahead of their WBO welterweight championship clash on Sunday.
Crawford's assistant trainer Jacque 'Red' Spikes tipped a "dominant performance" from the 30-year-old, who is seeking a world title in a third weight class after cleaning out the junior welterweight division.
Spikes was unconcerned by suggestions Horn will boast a considerable size and strength advantage.
"Don't nobody know how strong Terence is," he said.
"We train with him. We know how strong he is.
"If that's what he's banking, if that's his strategy, that he's gonna be stronger, that's how they feel."