Three-time world champion and big puncher Zab 'Super' Judah will be on a national conference call on Tuesday, March 28, 2 pm eastern/11 am pacific. Don King, promoter of Judah, will be on the call with Judah who will outline his battle plan for his 'Sworn Enemies' showdown with the #1 pound-for-pound fighter in the world, Floyd Mayweather Jr., on April 8 at the Thomas and Mack Center. Judah will discuss his "in-ring incident" with Floyd which happened two years ago at the Top Rank gym in Las Vegas. It was that encounter, and a heated finger-pointing, shouting match that day with fighter Wes Ferguson who boxes for Team Mayweather, which tore apart the Mayweather/Judah friendship and sent the two steamed onto separate paths. "Floyd wants to make a statement on April 8," said Leonard Ellerbe, strength and conditioning coach for Mayweather. "I've been with Floyd since the beginning of his career and I've never seen him work this hard for a fight" Judah has been training in Deerfield, Fla. "I have waited my entire life for a fight like this," said Judah. "Zab is at his best when his back is against the wall," said King. "We have Mayweather exactly where we want him." Alan Hopper of DKP will be the moderator for the Judah conference call.