Jono Carroll will make his return to action on the undercard of Juan Francisco Estrada's WBC super-flyweight title defence against Dewayne Beamon in Mexico on Saturday week.
The Irish super-featherweight was beaten by Tevin Farmer in his first world title bid back in March, losing to the American by a unanimous decision in their bout for the IBF belt.
That was a first career defeat for the Dubliner, whose record stands at 16-1-1, and he'll look to get back on track against home favourite Eleazar Valenzuela (20-11-4, 16 KOs) over ten rounds.
Carroll and Englishman Liam Smith will both aim to move into position to get world title shots in the winter when they travel to at the Centro de Usos Múltiples in Hermosillo.
Smith (27-2-1, 15 KOs) is fresh from a dominant five-round KO win over Sam Eggington in March in Liverpool.
"This is a fantastic card," said promoter Eddie Hearn.
"We are expecting more than 10,000 for 'Gallo' Estrada’s homecoming and the atmosphere is going to be very special. I’m pleased to add Liam and Jono to the card.
"Jono is back raring to go after his brilliant fight with Tevin Farmer in Philly and is gunning for another world title shot in 2020.
"Liam would love another crack at Jamie Munguia after their great battle last year and I’m looking for him to win well in Mexico before a big fight before the end of the year."