DAN Azeez has vowed to entertain his fans after landing another big fight at York Hall.

The Essex University Boxing Club member will return to action on #MTKFightNight's huge event at York Hall, on November 9.

Azeez (9-0, 6 KOs) was extremely impressive in his last contest, defeating Charlie Duffield by stoppage to win the vacant Southern Area light-heavyweight title at the O2 Arena.

The unbeaten light-heavyweight, who prospered under the guidance of head coach Gordon Charlesworth at Colchester-based Essex University BC before turning professional, is now looking to build on that momentum and is excited to display his talents once again.

Azeez said: "I'm very pleased to be back.

"It's always nice to box at the iconic York Hall and it’s easy for local support to get to.

"Fans can expect to be entertained in this fight.

"I was happy with the win in my last fight and there’s always things I can work on but in saying that it was a result both me and my team expected.

"Charlie is a good tough fighter and all due respect to him but I believe I’m above that level and I showed it on the night.

"It's great to be back on ESPN+ in America again too, as the more people that know about you the better for your profile."

The York Hall event will also be screened live on ESPN+ in the United States in association with Top Rank and on iFL TV worldwide.

Already confirmed for the card is world-ranked welterweight Michael McKinson who is taking another step up against WBO world number six Luis Alberto Veron, Liam Walsh taking on Maxi Hughes for the WBO European lightweight title and WBC world lightweight title mandatory challenger Chantelle Cameron who takes another step towards a showdown with Katie Taylor.