Mickey Helliet’s ‘Let Battle Commence’ show on Friday night features the return of the heavyweight puncher who’s on a collision course with Anthony Joshua.
Brixton’s Dillian Whyte is back after a two-year suspension to shed some ring rust at the Camden Centre.
Whyte has won all nine pro fights (six inside the distance) and the amateur record shows a points win over Joshua on a club show.
According to manager Chris Okoh, he will beat him again.
Dale Evans is another talent back in action on the show.
George Michael Carmen is another welterweight fans could be hearing plenty about in 2015 if he wins at the Camden Centre.
The Slough southpaw, silver medallist at the 2006 European Schoolboy championships, said: “Next year I’m going to make some waves.”
Forest Hill super-middleweight Darryll Williams will have new trainer Alan Smith in his corner for his eighth pro fight on the show.
Williams has powered to seven straight wins with his no-nonsense fighting – and says Smith is adding thought and technique to his boxing.
Watford middleweight Myley Cash is back after a break looking to make it three wins out of three and Jordan Smith goes straight into the record books when he makes his debut on the show.
At a lofty 5ft 10ins, Smith, from Ipswich and based in Dagenham, will be the tallest flyweight in the country.
Mat Butler, a welterweight from the Isle of Sheppey, also makes his debut and Michael Lobby, Tommy Tear and Joe Hayes look to extend their unbeaten records.