Bolton: Polish boxer Andrzej Soldra has promised to stop Vijender Singh's winning streak when they clash at the Macron Stadium Premier Suite here on Friday. Vijender has had a superb start to his professional boxing career. He has featured in five professional fights so far and has won all of them by technical knockout. Soldra, who has the edge in experience over the Indian with 81 rounds under his belt compared to Vijender's 14, holds a record of 12 wins with five knockouts from 16 fights. Soldra also has a brilliant record in his amateur career with 82 wins from 98 fights. Vijender will have to be at the top of his game if he is to overcome his biggest challenge to date. "Friday the 13th is going to be a horror show for India's golden boy Vijender. It's about time his lucky streak came to an end and I'm going to be the man who delivers the knockout blow! He's had it easy up until now, us Polish are a different breed, and he's going to be in for a shock on Friday," Soldra said. "I'm on a different level to all of his previous opponents. I have a solid winning record and I'm not familiar with losing. These bums he has been fighting have been falling over but I'm coming to England to fight! When I start landing on him he's going to be in a whole world of trouble," he added.