Featherweight Emran Hussain admits he is looking to steal the show when he features on Steve Goodwin’s ‘Heaven or Hell’ card this weekend.
The 25-year-old who is trained by Alec Wilkey, will be making his second outing in the professional ranks after his debut win over Ricky Leach in April.
Despite having had a shorter amateur career than most he admits he is looking to climb up the division as quick as possible.
“I’m confident in the skill set that I have, my manager also believes in me too,” he said.
“We’ve looked at the division and feel that I can make my mark and move up very quickly.
“I could have got the stoppage in my last fight, but I was picking my shots and listneing to my coach.
“This time I’m looking for the knockout, nothing else will suffice I want that early stoppage.
Hussain gained a lot of fans after his debut due to his classy performance which juxtaposedthe small-hall environment it was afforded.
And the Millwall-based fighter admits he was pleased with his performance but has made subtle changes this time around.
He continued: “I’ve been getting some great work in with fellow pros Lewis Smith and Kieran McPhierson.
“I’ve also started working with Angel Fernandez a S&C coach who has been fantastic. I’m in great shape, I’m sharp and I’m ready to put on a show.”