Danish super lightweight Enock Poulsen (11-0) will now face Franck Petitjean (23-5-3) on January 7 at the Brondby Hall in Brondby, Denmark.

Petitjean steps in for Massi Tachour, who's been forced to withdraw due to what is described as "personal problems". The Frenchman should come well prepared as he was all set to fight for the vacant EU title on December 18 in Beziers against Patrik Balesta.

As for sparring for Poulsen, promoter Mogens Palle has obtained the services of former EBU champ and two time world title challenger Anthony Yigit, who will begin sparring with Poulsen in Aarhus on December 10.. 

Yigit (24-2-1) will fight on January 7 as well and it will be against an opponent to be announced.

In other action on the show, Ditlev Rossing takes on Thomas Oosthuizen with the vacant IBF International cruiserweight title at stake and Sarah Mahfoud defends the IBF female featherweight title against NIna Meinke.

IN OTHER NEWS: Probellum announced the promotional signing of undefeated teenage prospect Francisco 'Panchito' Rodriguez.

"I’m excited to be part of the Probellum Family," said Rodriguez. "I’m young but I’m more than ready to show the world what I’m capable of."

Rodriguez (4-0, 4 knockouts) has looked tremendous since making his professional debut earlier this year, with the 19-year-old featherweight winning all four of his fights by stoppage.

The latest of those wins came in October when he stopped Edgar Daniel Ahumada in the fifth round, while he has also picked up knockout wins over Pedro Raul Avila, Jesus Jovanni Ruiz Gutierrez and Adan Caro Gutierrez.

Rodriguez has ties in both America and Mexico, with Probellum now on hand to guide his career and help him reach the very top.

"We're extremely pleased to sign such a promising young fighter in Francisco Rodriguez," said Richard Schaefer, President of Probellum. "At just 19-years-old, his whole career is ahead of him, and we're looking forward to putting him on the path to huge success."