Billy Joe Saunders will make the first defence of his Commonwealth middleweight title against Welshman Bradley Pryce next month.
The 'Caravan Kid' will put his title on the line against the former Commonwealth light-middleweight champion at York Hall on June 1.
Saunders, 22, blew away Tony Hill in 30 seconds earlier this month to win the title at the Royal Albert Hall as boxing returned to the iconic venue for the first time in 13 years.
The undefeated southpaw will be chasing his 13th straight win and third first-round stoppage on the trot against 31-year-old Pryce, who has 33 victories from 43 fights.
"I'm happy to be out in action again so soon and this time headlining London's other famous fight hall - the York Hall," Saunders told boxingscene.com.
"I had a first-round stoppage against Tommy Tolan before Hill. I'm not expecting Pryce to go as quick, but with the way I'm punching at the moment who knows?
"He's a hard fighter and has had over twice as many fights as me against a lot of the top men in Britain around the weight so this is without a doubt my toughest fight yet."