Content with one fight every 5-6 months: Vijender

Gearing up for his 12th professional bout in four years, Indian boxing star Vijender Singh said he is content with his progress in the circuit despite the fight schedule not being particularly busy.

The 34-year-old, who is undefeated so far, will square off against Ghana's two-time former Commonwealth super middle-weight (76kg) champion Charles Adamu in Dubai on Friday.

Adamu is eight years older to him.

"I don't expect him to put up too much of a challenge because I have noticed he is slower than me. So, despite his experience, I think I will have the edge," Vijender told from Dubai on the eve of the 10-round clash.

"So I am relaxed, nothing to worry there," he added.

Adamu comes into the contest with an experience of 47 bouts, of which he has won 33 (26 knockouts). The Ghanian is also an Olympian and won a bronze medal for his country in the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur.