Olympic medallist Frazer Clarke will make his professional debut on the undercard of Amir Khan's showdown against Kell Brook.
The two British fighters will finally put an end to their heated rivalry on February 19 at the AO Arena in Manchester.
Clarke won bronze for Team GB in the super heavyweight category at Tokyo 2020, beaten by eventual gold medallist Bakhodir Jalolov, and afterwards elected to end an amateur career spanning more than a decade.
The 30-year-old - who has signed up to the management company of Anthony Joshua, with the pair former sparring partners at Team GB - said: "I am delighted to be making my debut on such a big night for British boxing.
"Both Amir and Kell are legends so to be on their undercard is amazing. Manchester holds a special place in my heart, so to start my journey in front of their fans is special.
"Training is going great and I am 100 per cent focused on putting on a spectacular and entertaining show for everyone in the pros."
Khan-Brook sold out within minutes and 20,000 fans will attend the British blockbuster, which is live and exclusive to Sky Sports pay-per-view in the UK and Ireland.