Return of the Hawaiian Punch

AIEA (KHNL) - Brian Viloria loves to meet fresh faces.

Whether's he's pounding them in the middle of the ring, or bringing a smile to their day.

"Its always good to be home," Viloria said, "People that have seen me on television, that i have never met before, i just love to interact with them and show my personality and talk story a bit."

Taking a break from his in-ring work, Viloria's using the time to recharge at just the right time.

Since dropping the WBC Light-Flyweight title last August, Viloria has been unsuccessful in his two attempts to reclaim the belt.

"You know i'm going to get back on my feet and walk towards my goal again," Viloria said. "That's what champ do they don't stay long and get back reclaim what's theirs.

Don't bet against it.

Now ready and re-focused, the 'Hawaiian Punch' says he's ready to do what he does best.

"I'm going to go back to where i started at 112, 115, and see if i can get a world title there," he said, "I think I'm going to go back to that good old form that I started with in my career."