By Elliot Foster
Harvey Horn already has his next fight date in the diary.
The former Team GB amateur last boxed on Saturday and advanced his ledger in the paid ranks to 6-0.
Horn, who has two quick finishes to his name, outpointed Joel Sanchez at the Lamex Stadium in Stevenage.
The fight formed part of the supporting cast to Billy Joe Saunders’ win over Shefat Isufi as he became a two-weight WBO champion, this time at super-middleweight, exclusively live on BT Sport.
And 23-year-old Horn has revealed that he will be back in the ring on the same platform on July 13.
‘HHH’ will fight at the O2 Arena, as part of the undercard to his promoter Frank Warren’s ‘Heavy Duty’ night.
The bill will feature Olympic silver medallist Joe Joyce, who most recently secured a third-round stoppage over Alexander Ustinov, and the vacant British heavyweight title clash between Daniel Dubois and Nathan Gorman.
Joyce recently inked a co-promotional deal with Warren and is understood to be in negotiations for a potential fight with European champion Agit Kabayel – one for which he is mandatory – before a crack at the winner of the Dubois vs. Gorman fight.
Sunny Edwards will return on the bill after being nominated by the British Boxing Board of Control to face Commonwealth champion Tommy Frank for the vacant Lonsdale belt at super-flyweight and British super-featherweight champion Sam Bowen is likely to make a mandatory defence against Anthony Cacace, while there will be a Queensberry Promotions debut for Kevin Mitchell-trained Louie Lynn.