Anthony Ogogo will make his first appearance of the year in Glasgow on Saturday week
Anthony Ogogo has been added to the Glasgow bill that sees Ricky Burns take part in his latest world title defence.
Last Updated: 19/02/14 4:35pm
Ogogo, Team GB's Olympic bronze medallist, will box as a professional for a fifth time following a truncated campaign last year.
The 25-year-old had been due to appear on the Floyd Mayweather-Saul Alvarez undercard in September before sustaining an arm injury.
"I am really excited to be fighting on the March 1 bill and can't wait to get back in the ring for the first time this year," said Ogogo.
"It's a huge year for Glasgow with the Commonwealth Games going there this summer so it's going to be great to be able to fight there and experience the city - it should be a fantastic atmosphere."
Burns tops the bill as he looks to put a controversial victory, that saw him suffer a broken jaw, behind him when he takes on unbeaten American Terence Crawford.
Ogogo's Team GB team-mate Anthony Joshua also has his fifth professional outing against Hector Avila, while John Simpson meets John Murray in a clash of the lightweights, while unbeaten contender Scotty Cardle takes on Paul Appleby in an eight-round contest.