Richard Riakporhe is set to challenge for the vacant WBC Silver cruiserweight title on November 20.
The unbeaten Walworth fighter, 31, ended a lengthy absence from the ring when he outpointed Krzysztof Twardowski on Saturday night at Wembley Arena.
And next up for Riakporhe, a Crystal Palace supporter, is another outing at the same venue as he takes on American-based Nigerian Olanrewaju Durodola (36-8).
The South Londoner, who has eight stoppages on his 12-0 record, will be a big favourite. Six of Durodola’s defeats have been inside the distance.
Lewisham light-heavyweight Dan Azeez will feature on the same show as he takes on Hosea Burton for the British light-heavyweight title.
Former GB amateur Caroline Dubois will make her professional debut.
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