Dee Walsh will be looking to show the fans what they have been missing when he takes to the ring at the Devenish Complex in Belfast on Saturday night.
The talented Walsh has been missing in action since September 2012 due to losing interest in the game because of inactivity and the birth of his baby son.
But now Walsh - unbeaten in five - is ready to hit the ground running on Saturday night.
“I’m looking forward to it and I’m looking to put on a show. I missed boxing and I am gald to be back.
“The reason I have not boxed in a while was because I became a father and I was also very inactive at the time and that got to me.
“But I have signed with Mark Dunlop and I want to be active, so I am fighting at the Devenish on May 10 and then I am back out again on June 28.
“The plan is to be busy and see what happens.”
In the headline fight of the night Belfast’s James Tennyson takes on Ian Bailey.
Englishman Bailey went the distance with Carl Frampton at the King’s Hall a few years ago and he always comes to fight.
This is a good test for Tennyson as he attempts to move up the British rankings.
Former British champion Martin Lindsay, Luke Wilton, James Fryers, Alfredo Meli, Paul Hyland and Derek Potter faces Ben Mulligan in a local derby at Super Featherweight.
Tickets are on the door.