By Elliot Foster
Joe Cordina will return to the ring next weekend.
The undefeated Welshman, who opened the show at Wembley Stadium last month, has been added to another world title undercard.
Cordina, 2-0 (2 KOs), only made his debut on April 22, but he will be looking to move his unblemished ledger to 3-0 –– after stopping Sergej Vib inside a round on the undercard of Anthony Joshua’s 11th-round stoppage of Wladimir Klitschko for the world heavyweight titles in front of 90,000 fans –– later this month.
‘The Welsh Wizard’, 25, will box over four rounds on May 27, at Bramall Lane in Sheffield, on the same bill as Kell Brook’s IBF world welterweight title defence against Errol Spence Jr.
He is one of a number of additions to the card which will showcase the debut in the paid ranks of 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medal winner Anthony Fowler.
Elsewhere on the card, George Groves and Fedor Chudinov meet in a clash for the Super WBA world title at super-middleweight and David Allen gets the chance to win his first belt in the paid code as he faces Lenroy Thomas for the vacant Commonwealth heavyweight crown.
Andy Townend and Jon Kays will contest the vacant rainbow belt in the super-featherweight division, while a whole host of Ingle Gym fighters and stablemates of world champion Brook –– in the shape of Nadeem Siddique, Atif Shafiq and Kyle Yousaf, who faces former English flyweight champion Louis Norman –– will see action alongside Jamie Cox, who faces Lewis Taylor for the vacant WBA Inter-Continental super-middleweight title on his Matchroom Boxing debut.