Indian Middleweight star Vijender Singh can’t wait to make his huge homecoming this summer in Delhi. The now 6-0 sensation looks set to fight in the capital city Delhi this July as he looks to extend his perfect KO record.

“It’s going to be a huge change for Indian sports. This kind of event is new style, it’s a new era. There’s lots of cricket in India, but there’s not been pro boxing,” said Singh.

“We’re expecting a really good fight in Delhi; lots of people are excited and I’m excited! It’s going to be great.”

Speaking to IFL TV after knocking out Poland’s Andrej Soldra inside three rounds live on BoxNation’s Bolton show this Saturday, also broadcast on Star Sports in India, the 30-year-old admitted there was still more work to be done.

“It’s my sixth fight. I’ve still got a long way to go and I’m not satisfied yet. There’s a long way to go. I’m happy with my performance,” said Singh.

“That was my sixth win and I’m based in Manchester now, so lots of people are coming to see me fight. So it’s good to have people cheering for you.