A title consolidation fight nearly a year in the making finally has a date.

BoxingScene.com has confirmed that terms have been reached for the long-ago ordered clash between two-division and reigning WBA “Super” junior flyweight titlist Hiroto Kyoguchi and ‘World’ titlist Esteban Bermudez of Nezahualcoyotl.

Mexico. The two will meet June 10—one year exactly to the date of the fight first being ordered—atop a DAZN telecast from Mexico City, marking Kyoguchi’s second straight road trip.

The fight is expected to be formally announced this week, as final details were still being worked out according to parties with intimate knowledge of the development.

Several deadlines and at least one other scheduled bout came from this matchup, dating all the way back to Bermudez’s upset sixth-round knockout of previously unbeaten secondary titlist Carlos Canizales last May 29 in Mexico City. The fight with Japan’s Kyoguchi (15-0, 10KOs) was ordered two weeks later, though with the two sides unable to come to terms nor for the WBA to get either side to truly commit to the fight.

Bermudez was previously attached to an announced title defense versus unbeaten Jesse ‘Bam’ Rodriguez (15-0, 10KOs) last October 16 in Fresno, California. The WBA intervened, refusing to sanction the fight and reminded Bermudez, Kyoguchi and their respective teams to revisit the originally ordered fight.

Kyoguchi fights for Matchroom Boxing and is managed by Eddy Reynoso’s No Boxing, No Life Management. The partnership includes a certain number of shows to take place in Mexico, to include this upcoming fight. Bermudez (14-3-2, 10KOs) is signed with Greg Cohen Promotions, who initially agreed to have the secondary titleholder fight on the Fresno show before being forced to move forward with the pursuit of Kyoguchi.

The fight will mark the fourth title defense for Kyoguchi since winning the belt in a tenth-round stoppage of Hekkie Budler on New Year’s Eve 2018, after having vacated the IBF strawweight title earlier that year. In his most recent start, Kyoguchi made his U.S. debut in a fifth-round stoppage of Axel Aragon Vega last March 13 at American Airlines Center in Dallas.

Jake Donovan is a senior writer for BoxingScene.com. Twitter: @JakeNDaBox