French heavyweight Tony Yoka (10-0) takes on Croatian Petar Milas (15-0) at the Roland Garros Tennis Stadium in Paris, with the date of September 10.
Yoka vs. Milas has been on a few times before, as the Croatian was co-challenger along with Yoka for the then vacant EU title.
However, Milas pulled out and why he did is a bit of a mystery as Ringstar Promotions had put in a bid for 275,000 for the right to stage the fight. The split would have been 50/50, which would have meant 137,500 for Team Milas.
Whether or not Milas will receive a better payday this time around isn't known.
Not announced yet by Ringstar Promotions, but has been by the EBU, are two other very interesting fights as Dylan Charrat (20-0-1) will clash against Spaniard Kerman Lejarraga (32-2) for the vacant EBU super welter title - and the fight for the vacant EBU light heavyweight title between former two-time champ Igor Mikhalkin (24-2) and Mathieu Bauderlique (20-1) will apparently also end up on this bill and is thus moved from the original date of July 24.
As for Roland Garros Stadium, its not every day they stage boxing events there but in 1973 the great Carlos Monzon retained the world middleweight title by defeating Jean Claude Bouttier there and in 1946 the equally great Marcel Cerdan beat Holman Williams.