TYSON FURY has signed a promotional agreement with Frank Warren and will box on talent stacked Copper Box Arena bill on February 15.
Warren hopes to match Fury is a massive football stadium rematch against Dereck Chisora in June.
Chisora will also be in action on the card at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park when he defends his European heavyweight title against undefeated Ukrainian Andriy Rudenko.
Fury (right) who has signed a long-term agreement with Warren will box an international non-title fight with the show being televised by BoxNation.
Gypsy Fury outpointed Chisora back in July 2011 at Wembley Arena but the rematch will be big business.
Warren said: "It will be a great fight between two of the best heavyweights in the world and it would be a fantastic world title eliminator.
"It is a huge football stadium fight and up there with a Carl Froch v George Groves rematch."
And Warren believes Chisora will turn the tables in Fury if they meet adding: "Dereck is a totally different fighter now.
"Last year wasn't great for Tyson through no fault of his own, but he will now be busy and get the chance to show he is for real."
Chisora is refusing to get excited about a potential money-spinning return adding: "It's would be great to fight Tyson again but right now Rudenko is my big fight."
Also on the Copper Box bill Frank Buglioni makes the first defence of his WBO European super-middleweight crown against Italian Gaetano Nespro.
Romford's Tony Conquest meets Aussie hard man Daniel Ammann for the vacant Commonwealth cruiserweight championship.
Bradley Skeete faces off with Vivian Harris in a Vacant WBA Intercontinental Welterweight title fight.
Fury's cousin Hughie Fury has also signed a promotional deal with Warren and boxes against a selected opponent.