Michael Conlan will take on ex WBO super-bantamweight champion Isaac Dogboe in a world title eliminator in December.

The former amateur world champion (28) from Belfast will drop down four pounds from featherweight on 5 December in London in a bid to set up a world title shot next year.

The fight will reportedly be a co-main event with heavyweight Tyson Fury, whose opponent has not yet been disclosed.

Conlan is undefeated in 14 professional fights and was last in action against Sofiane Takoucht in August.

British-Ghanaian fighter Dogboe (21-2-0) will represent one of his biggest challenges to date, having won the WBO strap in 2018 and defending it once before losing twice to Emanuel Navarrete.

Dogboe got back to winning ways against Chris Avalos in Las Vegas in July.

"I'm really excited for this fight - he's a former world champion and dangerous guy," Conlan told ESPN.

"As soon as it was mentioned, I said, 'Yes get it done.' Isaac likes to talk, and I'm looking forward to shutting him up!"