Frazer Clarke will be back in the ring next month.
The Olympic bronze medallist is already 2-0 as a pro since leaving behind the Team GB setup and opting to punch for pay.
Clarke made his debut back in February, securing a first-round stoppage against Jake Darnell, and returned from a thumb injury last month to stop Argentine puncher Ariel Esteban Bracamonte in the second stanza at the Bournemouth International Centre.
And ‘The Eraser’ will get the chance to make it three wins from three on September 3, exclusively live on Sky Sports, having recently boxed on the undercard of Chris Billam-Smith’s European and Commonwealth cruiserweight title defence against Isaac Chamberlain.
Clarke will be in action at the M&S Bank Arena, as part of the supporting cast to Liam Smith’s hometown return against former IBO champion Hassan Mwakinyo.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Clarke said:
“I’m so excited to be fighting again so soon, especially in Liverpool, which is one of my favourite fight cities in the world.
“Liverpool is full of great characters and fighters and it is a city which I have very fond memories in, having won my ABA title there.
“I’m looking forward to bringing an exciting performance to the city on what is a great show which has some great fights on the card.”
Natasha Jonas fights on the same bill in the chief supporting contest, putting her WBO super-welterweight title at stake in a unification showdown against WBC queen Patricia Berghult.
Adam Azim, one of the most highly-regarded young fighters in recent years, will be back in action, fresh from his 66-second demolition of Anthony Loffett. The Shane McGuigan-trained talent, 20, will make the first defence of his WBC Youth Inter-Continental super-lightweight crown against an opponent to be confirmed.
British light-heavyweight champion Dan Azeez will put his title at stake against former holder Shakan Pitters and 2018 Commonwealth Games medallist John Docherty makes his maiden appearance under the Boxxer banner when he faces Brazilian danger man Diego Costa.
Paddy Lacey, who won inside the first minute last time out at the Arena back in April, will be back in action and he will be joined by Frankie Stringer, a gym-mate of Liam Smith, who fights for the second time as a pro, undefeated cruiserweight prospect Nathan Quarless and Tal Singh, who is managed by former world champion Amir Khan and is set to make his debut.