Amir Khan has not only promised a new and improved version when he faces Julio Diaz in Sheffield on Saturday night but he has also vowed to produce Fireworks as well.
After back to back defeats at the hands of Lamont Peterson and Danny Garcia the 25 year-old returned with a win over Carlos Molina last December and believes a decisive win over Diaz will put him in line for another world title challenge.
"It is a new Amir Khan coming back to England after two years," said the former world light welterweight champion. "The last time they saw me here(in England) was against Paul McCloskey and I am a totally different fighter now.
"When I used to get in trouble, when under pressure, I used to go back to my old self but people will see a new guy and I hope they like the new style I bring to the table.
"It is going to be an amazing show, we are all looking forward to it. I will cause fireworks and it will be a brilliant fight. I won’t let my fans down. Hopefully on Saturday we will be back to winning ways and it will take us to bigger fights."
April 25, 2013