Wade Ryan's next opponent has been announced and there will be a touch of déjà vu for the Gunnedah boxer in this bout.
Ryan will fight Troy O'Meley for the second time in his career after Ryan claimed a split-decision victory over the Hunter boxer in December last year.
Just like Ryan's last fight against Koen Mazoudier, this bout will be on a Tim Tszyu undercard at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre. This time around Tszyu will be fighting Michael Zerafa.
Ryan's trainer David Syphers said getting another fight on such a big stage was just reward for the time and effort the team has put in.
"We've worked hard for it. We're looking at another good fight," Syphers, who trains Ryan at Black N Blue Boxing in Gunnedah, said.
"He's improving and I believe he's got more improvement in him.
"We're focused for this fight, we just take each fight as it comes, I suppose."
Along with training in Gunnedah, Ryan has been hitting the road as he ramps things up ahead of the July 7 fight which will see him put the International Boxing Organisation International super welterweight title on the line.
"We've been going down to Sydney. Wade's been training six days a week and we're in the middle of camp at the moment - four weeks to go," Syphers said.
"We're ramping things up in training.
"We're doing more rounds. A lot more on the pads and more rounds of harder sparring, too."
Syphers said fighting on the big stage was always "a little bit daunting".
However, he noted that Ryan's experience - the Gunnedah fighter has 27 professional bouts next to his name - would help him prepare the for big occasion.
"He's an experienced fighter so we've been on a fair few big stages," Syphers said of Ryan.
"We fought over in China in front of 20,000, fought on main event, been on TV five or six times and fought Tim Tszyu on main event on national television."
Ryan isn't the only fighter out of Black N Blue Boxing with big fights coming up. Enja Prest and Albert Nolan will both have professional fights in Sydney on July 17.