Light heavyweight contender Rocky Fielding is gearing up for his ring return in Dubai on November 26.
The card will feature a variety of boxers, including former two-division world champion Badou Jack, Ohara Davies and Muhammad Waseem.
The D4G promotion will be carried live by ESPN+ in the United States.
Fielding will collide with former WBA "regular" super middleweight champion Dmitri Chudinov.
The contest will be the first for Fielding in two years - and only his second since getting knocked out by Saul "Canelo" Alvarez.
"I’m definitely looking forward to it and being in Dubai, with the surroundings, has given me a new lease of life. I was coming out to Dubai and Abu Dhabi quite regularly, and I remember being here in September 2020 and thinking to myself that I’d love to fight in Dubai. And now, with the way everything has turned out, it’s happening, which is really exciting," Fielding told The National.
"I’ve seen [Chudinov's] record and I know what he’s all about. I watched a video of him for about 30 seconds and that was it. When you get to this level, and you’ve been around boxing for a long time, you only need to have a quick look and you kind of know what type of opponent you’re up against.
"His brother, Fedor, is a good fighter, a former WBA super-middleweight champion who fought against George Groves. My next couple of fights after this one will probably be at a higher level, but with me being out for two years it was important I went back in with the right fight. Chudinov will come and give me a fight, which is what I need, I want someone who will take close shots and get his hands going. Towards fight week I’ll probably have a look at his style in the later rounds, but at the moment I’m just focusing on training full-on myself."