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Ricky Burns will defend his world title against tough African Joseph Laryea.
The WBO super-featherweight champion is expected to be back in the ring in March, with Glasgow's Braehead Arena the likely venue.
It is a voluntary defence but Laryea, Ghana's national champion, is ranked by the WBO.
He has lost four of his 18 professional fights but has an impressive knockout record with 11 of his 14 wins coming inside the distance and he is no stranger to boxing in Scotland.
Laryea was the man who took Paul Appleby's WBO Inter-Continental super featherweight title from him with an impressive 116-112, 113-115, 117-111 points win on the undercard of Burns'comfortable December defence against Andreas Levensen.
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