The Huntingdon puncher faces Andy Neylon in a cruiserweight contest on a bill at The Halls in Norwich. Parr has been out of the ring since suffering defeat in his second outing last September and the St Ives Boxing Academy man looks to have found an ideal opportunity to get back to his winning ways. Hull-based opponent Neylon has lost 11 of his 12 fights in a professional career which only started 10 months ago. Parr said: I learned a big lesson in my last fight. I was winning it comfortably until I got too involved in a tear-up. I got careless as I tried to knock the guys head off and ended up getting put down myself. Ive been guilty of losing my head when I hear the crowd cheering my name and that is something that has to stop. I will have it screwed on on Friday night and I cant wait to get back in the ring. Im feeling great and there is no chance of me taking my opponent lightly. He might have lost a lot of fights, but he will have gained plenty of experience during them. Parr has been troubled by a back problem since the painful defeat at the hands of old stager Iain Jackson. But the construction worker is now back in top condition and aiming to build up a run of victories. Parr added: I suffered from sciatica after my last fight and that meant I had to take a bit of time out. Ive been building my training up and gradually getting back into the swing of things. Its now about putting wins on my record and proving I can box as well as brawl.