By Elliot Foster
Nathan Gorman will be back in the ring next month.
The undefeated heavyweight had feared that he would be out of action until the new year after suffering a problem with his hand in his last fight.
Gorman outpointed Kamil Sokolowski at the Brentwood Centre in October, exclusively live on BT Sport.
And he used the fight as a warm-up for a slot on the supporting cast to Josh Warrington's IBF world featherweight title defence against Carl Frampton, exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office, on December 22.
After it was revealed that the Nantwich man hadn't suffered anything serious, he will fight on the card at Manchester Arena.
Lyndon Arthur and Danny Wright –– who is in action on Monday at the Hilton Hotel in Mayfair, London –– have also been confirmed as additions to a stellar undercard which includes Mark Heffron's clash against an opponent to be confirmed for the vacant British middleweight title, Michael Conlan's second pro fight on British soil and the return of former WBC flyweight world title challenger Paddy Barnes.
Steven Ward and Martin Murray, Frampton's Jamie Moore-trained gym-mates, will also see action alongside Jack Massey, Tyson Fury's debutant brother Tommy Fury, Liverpudlian duo Sam Maxwell and Alex Dickinson and James Metcalf, who defends his WBC International super-lightweight title against former British, Commonwealth and WBO European champion Liam Williams.