KODY Davies will travel to London next month for his British light-heavyweight title eliminator against fellow unbeaten fighter Zak Chelli.

Pontllanfraith’s Davies (9-0) meets 21-year-old Chelli (7-0) at York Hall on Saturday, September 14 on a packed Frank Warren promotion.

Croydon’s Sunny Edwards drops down in weight to challenge Mexico’s Hugo Rosendo Guarneros for the vacant IBF international flyweight crown.

Brad Foster makes the second defence of his British super-bantamweight title against Lucien Reid.

And Dec Spelman puts his English light-heavyweight strap on the line in a clash with Shakan Pitters.

“I’m over the moon with this fight being made,” said Gavin Rees-trained Davies, 25. “Thanks to SJAM and Frank Warren for making it happen.

“Everyone is finally going to see what a focused, motivated Kody Davies is capable of, and it’s far more than domestic level.

“This is a nice little stepping stone for me and a nice route to burst onto bigger title fights.”

Chelli beat former amateur star Umar Sadiq on points last October and in April he won the Southern Area super-middleweight crown against Jimmy Smith.

Now he comes up against former Team GB elite amateur Davies, who has also made an impressive start in the pro ranks.

Londoner Chelli added: “Basically, I am 21 and still growing.

“The weight was an issue for me in the Umar Sadiq fight and it was an even bigger issue against Jimmy Smith, but I wanted that title.

“I like to have these fights against undefeated boxers. It is exciting and it is what the public want. They don’t want a predictable fight, do they?”

Undefeated Josh Buatsi (11-0), a bronze medallist from the Rio Olympics, is the current British light-heavyweight champion.

He claimed the vacant belt when stopping Cumbria’s Liam Conroy inside three rounds at the Copper Box Arena in London this March.

Also in action at York Hall are Harvey Horn, Boy Jones Jr, Jake Pettitt, James Branch Jr and Chris Bourke.