Renda was at ringside in Birmingham last week to watch Meikle box Andrew Robinson and said: "Jody does everything wrong, but he’s effective. He’s going to make it hard for me. I’ve just got to do the simple things to beat him and not get dragged into a fight."
Waterman says Saturday’s show features some of the best boxing talent in Britain.
Michael Maguire was a world-class amateur, Eli Frankham makes his professional debut after winning European Schoolboy honours and Jordan Gill, Terry Holmes and Nathan Dale are unbeaten pros who boxed for England in the unpaid ranks.
Eye super-middleweight Sam Barron showed promise as an amateur and made great start to professional career with a one-punch knock-out win at the Arena in February.
Waterman has worked with the sport’s biggest names - including David Haye and Ricky Hatton - and he’s convinced the fighters on his latest show are heading for the top.
"They aren’t just the best prospects in the area," said Waterman, "they are some of the best prospects in the country.
"Not many shows have so many good prospects - and they will all want to be the star of the show.
"I’m convinced we will be watching at least one future British champion on Saturday night and if the public keep supporting our shows, hopefully they will be fighting for titles in Peterborough."