Lenny Daws is ready to “get in there” and “put on a good show” on the James DeGale undercard at Glow, Bluewater, Saturday 16th November.
The 34-year-old light welterweight has been training harder than ever and "can’t wait" for fight night.
"The fans know I will give it my all and always put on a good performance," Lenny said.
"I will never leave anything in the changing room, it will all be on the line and I’m going for the win - I just want to get in there and show my stuff now.
“It’s not too far from me, I should have got a lot of support down there and I’d like to give them all a good fight - I’m really, really looking forward to it."
Daws, from MArden in Surrey, lost a controversial decision in Italy for the vacant European title in his last outing in June and can’t wait to show why he feels he should be champion.
“The result of the last one has made me train a lot harder, I’m more determined because I know that I shouldn’t have lost the fight and I should be European champion,” Lenny said
“I know where I’m at, where I need to be and I know I can even go beyond, it’s just a minor set back and I know I can go back at it stronger.”
Lenny fights on the undercard to James DeGale MBE’s WBC Silver super middleweight title defence against ‘Dangerous’ Dyah Davis at Glow, Bluewater on Saturday 16th November, live on Channel 5 from 10pm.