Decorated amateur Vijender Singh has made a fine start to his professional career with back to back victories since turning over to the paid ranks.
The 2008 Olympic Bronze medallist has stopped both Sonny Whiting and more recently Dean Gillen on our Dublin show, both inside the distance.
Now the 30 year old will be looking to finish 2015 with another impressive display, to set up a prosperous 2016 when he faces Samet Hyuseinov on the big Manchester 19 show topped by Andy Lee v Billy Joe Saunders.
One aim for next year could well be the Commonwealth Title, which may become vacant should Billy Joe Saunders win the WBO World Middleweight Title against Andy Lee next weekend.
Given Singh's pedigree and age, fast tracking the popular Middleweight wouldn't be out of the question.
Promoter Francis Warren has made it no secret of plans to return to India for a big home coming.
“There’s huge demand back in India. By his fifth or sixth fight, we’ll be looking to put him on in some form of title fight – perhaps WBO Asian – before 20,000 at the Ghandi Stadium in Delhi."
If Vijender continues to develop at such rapid rate a big show in India will happen sooner rather than later.