Shannon Courtenay's fourth professional fight which will take place on Saturday, October 26 at the O2 Arena.

The ‘Baby Face Assassin’ will fight against a yet to be named opponent on the undercard of the world championship boxing event, which will also be screened on pay-per-view television.

Also on the card are big fights between the likes of Derek Chisora and David Price, as well as the World Super-Lightweight clash between Regis Prograis and Josh Taylor in the final of the World Boxing Super Series.

Courtenay is hoping to continue her perfect record, which is currently three wins from three fights, including a knockout in her last bout against Valerija Sepetovska.

Since turning professional last September, the Watford boxer has been making something of a name for herself in the sport.

She beat Crisina Busuioc in her first fight back in March, which she quickly followed up with a second victory over Roz Mari Silyanova less than a month later.

In addition to her desire to become a great boxer, Courtenay is also hoping to change perceptions with her career.

Before her last fight, she described herself as an ‘animal’ in the ring and said she wants to break some stereotypes.

“The minute that my gumshield goes in, I’m an absolute animal when it comes time to fight,” she said.

“I look like a woman outside the ring, but I fight like a man and that’s changed a lot of people’s opinions.

“Before my debut, a lot of people saw what I looked like and thought I couldn’t box, so it’s good to change people’s minds. My main objective, other than winning and winning titles is to start breaking stereotypes.

“I get messages from people saying how my story’s either changed them or inspired their daughter or their son or their wife and it makes such a difference to me.”