Hannah Rankin's (6-3) quest to claim the vacant women's IBO world light-middleweight title will be shown live on BBC Scotland.
The Luss fighter faces American Sarah Curran (4-1-1) on Saturday, June 15 at the Lagoon Centre in Paisley.
The bout will be broadcast live on the BBC Scotland channel and the BBC Sport Scotland website from 22:50 BST.
Rankin, 28, has won six of her nine professional bouts, most recently beating Eva Pajic on points in January.
It will be the Scot's third crack at a world title in a third different weight division. Both heartbreaks were in the States, firstly against Alicia Napoleon Espinosa (9-1) for the WBA world female super-middleweight title; then she challenged female superstar Claressa Shields (6-0) unsuccessfully for her WBC, WBA and IBF world middleweight titles.
Her opponent, 26, last fought in November, defeating compatriot Shianne Gist, and has won four of her six bouts as a professional.
Fight promoter and Rankin's manager, Sam Kynoch, said: "We're absolutely thrilled that BBC Scotland will provide live coverage of what could prove a historic night for Scottish boxing."
Livingston's Martin Taylor (6-0) says he’s determined to bring a belt back to his town when he takes on 'The Black Assassin' Ahmed Ibrahim (9-2-1) for the Scottish super-lightweight title on the undercard.
Unbeaten Taylor, 33, will travel 42 miles along the M8 to enter into a 10-round championship contest with Ibrahim, who will be occupying the home corner on the night.