AUSTRALIAN boxing trainer George Reno has classed Rey Anton Olarte as an unpredictable boxer with great temperament.
Olarte will be under Reno's wing when he faces Opeti Tagi in the main bout during the Naidiri Boxing Promotions program in Nadi tomorrow.
Reno, who has trained many boxers, believes the fight will go down to the wire.
He said if Olarte wins then he would go after Junior Farzan Ali's scalp.
"The boxing fans will see something different on the night," Reno said.
"The fight will be a beauty. Tagi is a reputable opponent and he is tough. He prepared well for Junior Farzan but it is unfortunate that they are not fighting."
"But we have stepped in. It will be a good fight and will go down to the wire. Rey has a good nature but is an unpredictable fighter. He is a bit of a surprise package."
There isn't much age difference between the two boxers with Tagi being a year older.
Olarte has fought more times in his career but in comparison, Tagi has a better winning ratio. Olarte made his professional debut in 2002 and has fought on 46 occasions with 16 wins. Tagi made his debut in 2000 and has fought 24 times recording 16 wins.
Reno said fans should not underestimate Olarte's record.
"Rey can turn a fight just like that because he is a swift hitter," Reno said.
"Don't underestimate his record. In Australia it is very hard to find opponents for him because of his style. This time he is well prepared. After he beats Opeti, he wants to knock down Junior Farzan."