JUNIOR Maku aims to stretch his winning streak to 12 bouts when he faces Junior Naivogo this weekend.
The two would meet in a 6x3 supporting bout under the Naidiri Boxing Promotions banner on Saturday at Nadi's Prince Charles Park.
Maku said he was looking forward to the fight as he knew he had a good opponent.
The Lovoni villager from Ovalau has been training under former national champion Sakaraia Ve and is coached by Marika Yalimaiwai at the Jittu Boxing Stable.
"I saw him (Naivogo) fight in his last match against Neori Cakautini and he is a good fighter," the 34-year-old said.
"I really look forward to this fight because I know he (Naivogo) is a good boxer and the match will be an interesting one for the people to watch," he said.
He said he would not make any predictions on the outcome of the match yet but he would do his talking in the ring. "I have been training for the past three months for this match and I hope to go till the final bell.
"I thank God for giving me the talent and the strength to fight and I thank the Boxing Commission of Fiji and Naidiri Boxing Promotions for giving me the opportunity to fight."
Maku's boxing record is 11 wins of which 10 were by knockout.
"I want to keep my unbeaten run intact and so I am eager to get into the ring with Junior Naivogo," he said.