August 7 Jonny Stapleton
Tyson Fury will make his first appearance since winning the Commonwealth and British title in the Kings Hall in Belfast on September 17.
Having recently proved his Irish heritage the big heavyweight is planning a big homecoming just a week after Paul McCloskey and Carl Frampton share a night of destiny in the thriving boxing city.
The Manchester United fan, whose mother hails from Antrim, told www.irish-boxing.com earlier in the month that he wanted Tyson revenge and to challenge Kevin McBride for an Irish title.
However, after the Monaghan man’s shocking knockout defeat last week that match up seems very unlikely
Martin Rogan, who is in line for an October EU title tilt in Germany, has be touted as a potential Fury on more than one occasion, but the Iron Man claims he has yet to receive any contact from Team Fury or Hennesy Promotions.