Josh Taylor will put his 11-fight unblemished record as a professional on the line against Mexico’s former two-weight world champion Humberto Soto at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on Saturday, March 3.
Tickets for the super lightweight showdown are now on sale priced £40, £60 and inner-ringisde £125.
Taylor from Prestonpans has established himself as one of the best super lightweights in world boxing.
He is the first man to stop former long-reigning IBF world champion Miguel Vazquez in his last fight in Edinbugh.
The 27-year-old is ranked highly by the WBC, IBF and WBO and is fast closing in on a world title shot.
Taylor, however, must overcome his toughest test to date against Soto and the undercard features some of the best current fighters in Scottish professional boxing.
Undefeated Jason Easton also puts his 11-fight unbeaten record on the line as chief support.
The IBO inter-continental super-lightweight champion will box Sunderland’s Glenn Foot for the vacant Commonwealth super lightweight championship.
Easton is expected to have his hands full against former Prizefighter champion Foot, who also recently held the English title.
The 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medallist Charlie Flynn will make his eleventh appearance as a professional and the undefeated lightweight will box in a six-round contest against an opponent to be named.
Scotland’s former amateur star Lee McGregor makes his third start as a professional when he features in an eight-round contest and undefeated IBO world lightweight champion Chantelle Cameron will make her first defence of her belt.
Airdrie based Congolese heavyweight Martin Bakole, the IBO Continental champion will look to build on his impressive first-round stoppage of Belgium’s Ali Baghouz in Edinburgh.
Glasgow’s undefeated Scottish super bantamweight champion Joe Ham will feature in a six-round contest and Haddington’s undefeated prospect Iain Trotter makes his sixth start as a professional.