Hall-Butcher will be one of those carrying Great Britain hopes over the next five days at the ExCeL, and he starts his challenge against Ukranian Vadym Tesryk on Thursday.
Later that day he will go up against Noble in the Pool A preliminaries, and the Briton admits that the double European Champion is a strong contender for honours again in London.
Asked who he expected to be a force in the competition, Hall-Butcher said: 'The Chinese [fencers] and Romain Noble. I don't need a gold medal if I beat Romain.
'I'm trying not to look at it in terms of results if I'm happy with my performance.'
First up in Wheelchair Fencing are the men's and womens' Individual Foil categories, which began this morning, while the Epee competitions start on Day 7.