NAVOSA hitman Alipate Nagata is not moved by the news that his opponent Napoleon Taumoepeau will train with New Zealand heavyweight champion Sonny Bill Williams.
Nagata will fight Taumoepeau in their heavyweight bout at the Naidiri Boxing Promotion in March.
Taumoepeau flew out to New Zealand to spar with New Zealand Professional Boxing Association (NZPBA) Heavyweight Champion.
The 34-year-old Nagata said Taumoepeau's departure to spar with Williams was nothing to him.
"I know nothing about Williams and I do not care if Napoleon will go and train with him. All I know is that Napoleon and I will be in the ring so it does not really matter where he trains," he said.
Nagata's last appearance in the ring was in 2011 when he lost to Iobe Ledua at Prince Charles Park in Nadi.
He said he had prepared himself for the huge clash.
"I do not care if Napoleon trains with Williams or not, all I know is that he has to be well prepared for this fight because I have been training really well.
"My last fight was against Iobe Ledua which I lost and I am looking forward to make a strong comeback in the ring against Napoleon," Nagata said.
The Navosa slugger is currently the number one contender in the heavyweight division. Petero Qica is the defending champion and Ledua is the top contender for the title.
Nagata boasts two (KO) wins and a draw from five fights.