Ryan Garner and Mark Chamberlain have extended their promotional contracts.

The duo, who have respective records of 10-0 (6 KOs) and 8-0 with five quick, have been guided by Frank Warren since turning professional.

Garner, nicknamed ‘The Piranha’, was last in action against Jordan Ellison over six rounds back in April when he outpointed the North East fighter by 60 points to 54, while Chamberlain took on the same opponent a month earlier, stopping him inside a round on the undercard of Lennox Clarke’s shock British and Commonwealth super-middleweight title win over Willy Hutchison.

But the pair will line up together at the Copper Box Arena in Hackney Wick, London, next month after being confirmed as additions to Hall of Fame promoter Warren’s show on September 11.

The show, exclusively live on BT Sport in the UK, will be topped by Sunny Edwards’ first defence of the IBF world title at flyweight against Filipino Jayson Mama.

Edwards (16-0, 4 KOs) won the belt against long-time king Moruti Mthalane over 12 rounds, getting the decision on all three judges’ scorecards, and will now take on the 24-year-old, nicknamed ‘Smasher’, who has a record of 16-0 with nine stoppages, in the final third of the year.

The supporting cast will feature light-heavyweight talent Callum Johnson, who is the current custodian of the WBO Global title at 175 pounds, while Denzel Bentley –– who was stopped by Felix Cash in a clash for the British and Commonwealth middleweight titles in April –– will make a return alongside the aforementioned Scottish former amateur standout Hutchison.

The card will be completed by the fourth professional outing of ex-11-time national amateur champion Charles Frankham plus appearances for Masood Abdulah, Umar Khan and a debutant in the shape of Khalid Ali, a graduate of Repton ABC who has previously worked alongside Dennis McCann, Adan Mohamed and Henry Turner among others.