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Carl Frampton is set to make his comeback on 30 November.
Frampton pulled from a fight against Emmanuel Dominguez after a"freak accident" having an ornament last month.
Michael Conlan is also set to face Vladimir Nikitin in New York on 14 December following the Russian withdrew from August's struggle in Falls Park.
Both bouts will be from the featherweight division as the Belfast boxers attempt to navigate paths .
Promoter Bob Arum had speculated that Frampton and Conlan were put to feature on precisely the same card at New York in December.
Only Conlan is set to take to the ring at Madison Square Garden with the return of Frampton from a broken hand appearing likely to take place .
Frampton, who said he'll be"hitting four weeks' time" and has since returned to training after his accident, hasn't fought since losing to Josh Warrington within an unforgettable IBF world featherweight encounter in Manchester last December.
Past 28, after being conquered by Emanuel Navarrete, london boxer Dogboe, who used to spar with Conlan and Frampton, dropped his WBO super bantamweight name.
Navarrete then overcome the 24-year-old in a rematch in May and Dogboe hasn't fought since this defeat.
Before the Russian came after tearing his bicep conlan was expected to struggle Nikitin in Falls Park in his native Belfast on 3 August.
Nikitin conquer Conlan in controversial circumstances in the Rio Olympics in 2016 and the rematch was considered a chance for revenge.
Diego Alberto Ruiz stepped in to replace Nikitin, together with Conlan winning in front of the home crowd to extend his unbeaten record as a professional.
Liam Donnelly is determined to impress Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill before the upcoming games against Germany and Luxembourg.
Johnny Sexton has called to maintain as they last World Cup trainings from Wales building.
Four-time World Superbike winner Jonathan Rea says that the mindset of"never giving up" has helped turn his World Superbike season around.

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