Swedish hope Wallin (20-0, 13 KOs) steps up a level and meets former World Title challenger BJ Flores (34-4, 21 KOs).
Wallin had a night to forget on his Stateside debut in April when his fight against Nick Kisner ended in the first round when his rival suffered a bad cut and the bout was ruled a no-contest.
That was his first fight for almost 12 months, when he beat Adrian Granat to claim the European Title.
Flores was defeated by Tony Bellew in a WBC Cruiserweight clash in October 2016 and then bounced back with two wins at Heavyweight.
He hasn’t boxed since last August when he came off second best in an Interim WBA Heavyweight Title fight against Trevor Bryan.
It would seem logical that if both Franklin and Wallin win in their respective bouts, we could see them meet soon when a world ranking could be on the line.
There is a third fight on the bill in the super-featherweight division when Chicago southpaw Giovanni Mioletti (16-0, 7 KOs) meets Ecuador’s Luis Porozo (14-0, 7 KOs) to see whose '0' must go.