"I will leave Vijender beaten and broken in front of his home crowd," Amuzu said.
The two will clash against each other on December 23 for 'Rajasthan Rumble' in Jaipur, where the Indian boxing sensation aim to defend his two titles WBO Asia Pacific and WBO Oriental Super Middleweight, whereas, Amuzu will try to inflict the first loss on unbeaten Vijendra.
Amuzu said, "I am training very hard daily for 8-10 hours for this fight. I've had good notice of the fight so I'll be prepared for Vijender and whatever he brings into the ring for the fight. I have just heard his name and have never seen him fight. I will take great delight in handing Vijender Singh his first loss and left him beaten and broken in front of his home crowd."
"In fact I will tell you what I will do to him, I will smash him to the body to loosen him up and then a right hand to knock him out, just watch me on 23rd December," he added.
An experienced boxer from Ghana, Amuzu holds a good record of 25 fights with 23 wins and two losses, having played 122 rounds of professional boxing.
Amuzu further said, "I am experienced fighter in professional circuit than Vijender. He has never, never met any experienced and tough boxer like me and he will realise what it is like facing a real professional boxer in Jaipur."