The heavyweight rematch between Alexander Povetkin and Dillian Whyte has been officially confirmed for March 6.
Povetkin knocked out Whyte in the fifth round of their WBC interim title bout last August and the pair were originally set to meet again in late November at Wembley Arena.
However, the fight was postponed after the Russian was admitted to hospital with COVID-19.
Promoters Matchroom Boxing has announced a new date has now been set, with the rematch now scheduled for around seven weeks' time.
The card will take place behind closed doors at a venue that has yet to be confirmed.
After being laid low by coronavirus last year, Povetkin recently stepped up his training regime as he looks to retain the WBC interim heavyweight title with another victory over Whyte.
World of Boxing Promotions Company, who represent the 41-year-old, posted on Twitter on Friday: "Alexander has fully recovered and started his training camp on January 12.
"He is progressing well in the first stage of his preparation. We hope the second fight will live up to everyone's expectations and that Povetkin will deliver another spectacular finish."
The winner of the rematch will be in line to face either Tyson Fury or Anthony Joshua later in 2021 for the heavyweight world title.
Meanwhile, it was also confirmed on Friday that Josh Warrington, who has not been in action since October 2019, will defend his IBF featherweight belt against Mauricio Lara on February 13.