Belfast featherweights Carl Frampton and Michael Conlan are set to fight on the undercard of Terence Crawford's next world-title defence in New York on 14 December.
Frampton is out of action at the moment after a large ornament in a hotel lobby in Philadelphia was accidentally knocked over, hitting his hand, breaking a bone and causing the former two-weight world champion to pull out of his bout with Emmanuel Dominguez.
Earlier this month, Conlan improved his unbeaten record to 12-0 with a ninth-round stoppage win over Argentinian Diego Alberto Ruiz in Belfast. He was defending his WBO Inter-Continental belt and picked up the WBA equivalent with the victory.
The fighters' shared promoter Bob Arum told Michael Woods' TALKBOX podcast they could both feature on the undercard of Crawford's world-title defence.
Crawford shattered Amir Khan's dream of finally proving himself one of the finest fighters in the world with a sixth-round stoppage at Madison Square Garden last April.
"Hopefully we’ll have a title defence by Terence Crawford," Arum said.
"Michael Conlan is scheduled to fight on that card, and if the hand comes around, and it’s in good shape, Frampton will also be on that card. That's a big night."