Rendall Munroe has vowed to "finish what he started" when he faces Scott Quigg for a second time in next month's vacant interim WBA super-bantamweight title.
The former British and European champion will tackle undefeated Quigg on the undercard of Ricky Hatton's comeback fight in Manchester on November 24.
Their first fight in June finished prematurely and was declared a technical draw after Munroe suffered a deep cut above his eye during an accidental clash of heads in the second round.
"I will finish what I started," said Munroe, who boasts a 24-2-1 record. "Everything is going good and I am already fit. I am going to go out there and do what needs to be done.
"Scott will turn around and say he was going to knock me out last time and all that rubbish. Fair play to him for having those dreams.
"We were only two and a half rounds into the fight and I was confident I was going to do what I wanted. I hadn't even started getting going.
"I live clean and healthy so that helped the cut heal up quickly. I have been in full training for more than four weeks now."