Bradley Pryce and Neil Sinclair will clash in a mouth-watering quarter-final contest in Prizefighter Light-Middleweights next Friday.
Welshman Pryce, the 5/2 favourite to claim the £32,000 winner’s cheque, was drawn to face experienced Belfast fighter Sinclair in the second of the quarter-finals for the latest Prizefighter event.
Manchester's highly-fancied Prince Arron, 22, will take on Canning Town's George Hillyard in the opening contest, with the winner to face Pryce or Sinclair in the semi-finals.
Leicester's Martin Concepcion would have to reach the final if he was to bid for revenge against Pryce for a defeat in their Commonwealth Championship bout of 2007, after being drawn in the bottom half of the draw to face unbeaten Steve O'Meara in the quarters.
The other bout sees Merseyside's unbeaten Brett Flournoy drawn against Bristol's Danny Butler in their opening three-round contest.
The draw was made live on Sky Sports' Friday Fight Night, which will screen next Friday's sold-out event live from the York Hall, Bethnal Green, London.
George Hillyard v Prince Arron
Neil Sinclair v Bradley Pryce
Brett Flournoy v Danny Butler
Steve O'Meara v Martin Concepcion
Hillyard/Arron v Sinclair/Pryce
Flournoy/Butler v O'Meara/Concepcion
Followed by Final
Prizefighter Light-Middleweights takes place at the York Hall, Bethnal Green, London on Friday, February 26. The full line-up is Prince Arron (Droylsden, Manchester), Danny Butler (Bristol), Martin Concepcion (Leicester), Brett Flournoy (Birkenhead, Merseyside), George Hillyard (Canning Town), Steve O'Meara (West Drayton, Middlesex), Bradley Pryce (Newbridge, Wales) and Neil Sinclair (Belfast).
Due to increased demand, tickets for Prizefighter Light-Middleweights have sold out. But you can still see all the action live on Sky Sports HD from 8pm next Friday.