By Elliot Foster

Promoter Frank Warren has revealed that a plethora of names who got wins last weekend will be back in the ring within a matter of weeks.

The Hall of Fame promoter saw a first defeat for English super-featherweight champion Zelfa Barrett at York Hall last Saturday (February 24), but he also confirmed that three of his prospects would be back out as soon as possible.

Anthony Yarde, the WBO Inter-Continental and WBO European champion at light-heavyweight who retired Tony Averlant at the end of seven rounds at the famous Bethnal Green venue, will box on April 14 at the O2 Arena.

Billy Joe Saunders and Terry Flanagan co-headline the bill in respective world title fights.

Saunders takes on Martin Murray in an attempt to retain his WBO world title at middleweight before targeting the winner of the May 5 rematch between Gennady Golovkin and Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez, which we now know will take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, for the WBC, IBF, IBO and WBA Super world titles at the weight, while Flanagan steps up in weight to challenge Maurice Hooker, an undefeated Texan, for the vacant WBO strap at super-lightweight.

Daniel Dubois, who took just three rounds to stop DL Jones, of Kent, in a defence of his Southern Area heavyweight crown at York Hall will be back on the card, as will Ryan 'The Piranha' Garner, who returned after seven months out with a win.

Harvey Horn, who also won last weekend, has taken to social media in the past few days to disclose that he has also been added to a bill which already features a clash between Raza Hamza and Lewis Pettitt.

Further additions are set to be revealed in due course.