Isaac Dogboe insists he will find "redemption" after his shock loss against Emanuel Navarette last December.
He gets his chance quickly when he bids to win back the WBO Super-Bantamweight Title from the Mexican in Tucson, Arizona on Saturday night, live on BoxNation.
Camp chaos possibly cost Dogboe dearly when he was unanimously outpointed by Navarette in one of last year’s biggest upsets.
The Ghanaian, who lives in South London, said: "Navarrete couldn’t knock me out when I was at my worst, and now am I at my best."
"I am a much more fit boxer this time around, and it is my mission to become World Champion once again. The ‘Royal Storm’ is back.
"I know a lot of Mexican fans will be in attendance to see Navarrete, but I am coming for my title.
"He’s a nice guy and a great Champion, but this is about redemption for me. I am ready to go to war.
"I don’t see this as a distance fight. I am coming for the knockout and to regain my title in spectacular fashion."