ABHAY Chand wants to stop his losing run to Samoa's Pele Faumuina when they meet in the main bout of the Wild West Boxing program in Nadi in December.
Chand and Faumuina have already fought twice with Faumuina winning both fights on points.
Chand, who is the current Fiji middleweight champion, says he does not want to lose again.
"I have already started my training and seriously looking forward to this fight," the Draiba, Navosa lad said.
"I will make no prediction but will do all my talking inside the ring.
"I respect Faumuina because he is the Samoan middleweight champion and he will be coming well-prepared for this fight," Chand said.
"In our last fight in Samoa, I only trained for a very short time and that is the reason I lost that fight.
"I have been training twice every day in the past three weeks at the Mulomulo Boxing Club in Nadi."
Chand said he was fortunate he was able to take part in some sparring with other boxers at the club.
Chand, who has a 34 fight record under his name, says this fight is very important for his career.
"If I beat Faumuina, I want to go for a bigger title in the region but everything will depend on what my promoter wants," the Nadi carpenter said.
Chand won the Fiji Middleweight title after beating Jo Naleca on a split points decision in their fight in Nadi last year.
The 33-year-old has a record of 16 wins, 11 loss and 3 drawn fights.
Of his 11 losses, five were fights in Australia and one against Faumuina in Apia, Samoa last year.