Olympic bronze medallist David Price returns to action next month after recovering from a hand injury.
Price (4-0) boxes a selected opponent at Leigh Indoor Sports Village on Friday March 19 on a Frank Maloney show being televised live by Sky Sports.
The 6ft 8in Liverpool boxer now hopes for an injury free year which will help him rise towards to summit of the British heavyweight rankings.
Maloney said: "David's right hand has been concerning him for some time, but it has now been sorted. I believe that David will hit harder than ever now and is determined to show that he is Britain's best heavyweight prospect.
"I saw David spar with another one of my hopefuls, Tom Dallas last year and he showed then that he is for real."
Price added: "I couldn't be any happier than where I am now, and once I get my wins into double figures I will start thinking of titles."
In an exciting top of the bill battle on the Leigh card Belfast's Martin Lindsay (15-0) risks his British featherweight title against in-form Welshman Jamie Arthur (16-2).
Other stars on the bill include former British super-middleweight champion Tony Quigley, British flyweight king Shinny Bayaar, Paul Edwards, Mark Moran, Karl Place, Rick Goddins and Kieran Farrell.
Tickets for are available for £40 and £80 ringside from 0871 226 1508 or www.frankmaloney.com