Scott Quigg will defend his WBA world super-bantamweight title against Belgian Stephane Jamoye in Manchester in September.
Englishman Quigg, 25, will be making the fourth defence of his title.
The Bury-born fighter is currently undefeated, having won 28 of his 30 fights, 21 of them by knockout.
The bout tops a bill that also features Manchester lightweight Anthony Crolla and Olympic super-heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua.
Crolla will defend his WBO inter-continental lightweight title against Mexico's Gamaliel Diaz, while Londoner Joshua will be aiming for an eighth successive knockout win in the heavyweight division.
In his previous defence, Quigg claimed a second-round stoppage win over Tshifhiwa Munyai in April.
Quigg's other title defences came against Cuba's Yoandris Salinas and Diego Oscar Silva of Argentina.
It will be 24-year-old Jamoye's second world title fight this year having lost to Japan's Shinsuke Yamanaka for the WBC bantamweight title.