Bantamweight bulldozer Zolani Tete returns to Belfast on April 21st, as he continues to hunt down a unification with Ryan Burnett.
Tete defends his WBO crown against Omar Narvaez on the stacked Carl Frampton v Nonito Donaire card at the SSE Arena.
Due to a shoulder injury, 'Last Born' was forced to pull out of the original February 10th date, but the 29-year-old is back in training and ready for the second defence of his belt.
Last November, the South African set a new record for the fastest ever knockout in a World Title fight, and now he returns to the scene of that 11 second destruction of Siboniso Gonya.
Earlier this week, Burnett vacated the IBF World Title he won last June. He will defend his WBA strap in March, while the IBF have ordered Paul Butler versus Emmanuel Rodriguez for the now vacant belt.
Tete has been calling for a bout with Burnett since last year. Returning to the Northern Irishman's hometown will be another treat for the Belfast fans, who will be able to watch the next installment of #TeteTime.
"Let’s see who the real Bantamweight king is," Tete said recently. "I want to unify the division and Ryan Burnett is standing in my way. Let’s not rob the public of a brilliant fight, they want to see the best fight the best."
A limited number of tickets for Carl Frampton v Nonito Donaire are available to purchase from the SSE Arena Belfast Box Office.