FIJI'S 'Machine Gun' Johnny Singh wants to end Wahid Khan's boxing career in their upcoming fight at the Wild West Boxing Promotion in Nadi next month.
Khan, who boasts a record of 13 wins (KO 8) and five draws from 33 fights is the more experienced boxer of the two.
However, Singh who is dubbed the 'Machine Gun', is ready for the onslaught and has warned Khan to expect his bullet punches from the opening round.
The duo will fight in the undercard to Pele Fauimuina and Abhay Chand's main bout at Prince Charles Park.
Khan earlier stated that he liked to fight boxers who came out firing from the opening bell.
"I respect him highly but a word of caution to him (Wahid) is that I am coming in for a knockout win," Singh said reacting to Khan's comments.
"I am preparing very well ... maybe this will be the last fight for Wahid Khan because I am aiming for good boxing fights locally and overseas after this clash," the Navaka boxer from Nadi said. Singh has a record of two wins and two loses from four fights.
He was a victim to Opeti Tagi in last December's fight.
Singh has promised promoter Abdul Khan that it will be an interesting fight.
"I thank the promoter for giving me the opportunity to fight Wahid Khan and I assure the promoter, my fans and the boxing public that I will not leave any stone unturned in this fight.
"For me this fight is the most-awaited opportunity and I will make sure that each punch counts," he said.
The Pratap Asphalt Quarries Limited Wild West Boxing Promotion is scheduled on December 1.