Charlie Edwards lands on February 3rd Okolie-Chamberlain O2 Arena Show.
Lawrence Okolie will clash with Isaac Chamberlain in a Cruiserweight grudge match at the top of a bill which many have said isn’t a headliner worthy enough of such a big venue.
The show will also feature Ted Cheeseman facing a step-up in opponent after agreeing to take on former Kell Brook foe Carson Jones and Reece Bellotti returning in a defense of his Commonwealth featherweight title against Ben Jones.
Felix Cash, who ended 2017 with a one-round stoppage earlier this month, will box for the first time in the New Year, while former Team GB star Joshua Buatsi will box alongside Danny Dignum and Commonwealth Games gold medallist Sean McGoldrick.
A new addition to the card is Charlie Edwards, who will return to the ring next month.
The former world title challenger, 24, was last in the ring in October.
Edwards who won on points against Craig Derbyshire, the current Central Area super-flyweight champion over eight rounds at York Hall in London last time out.
And the Surrey man (11-1, 4 KOs), a former British champion, will now fight in London again on February 3rd.
This time, though, Edwards will be afforded the chance to showcase his skills at the O2 Arena once again, the scene of his stoppage loss to Casimero back in September 2016 which will be shown exclusively live on Sky Sports, as part of Eddie Hearn and Matchroom Boxing’s ‘British Beef’ card.