Dewayne Beamon has been given his next fight date.

The 35-year-old, from North Carolina in the United States, was in world title action as recently as August 2019 when he took on Juan Francisco Estrada for the WBC title in the 115-pound division.

Beamon, since then, has boxed three times, most recently in February when he had a three-round stoppage win over Victor Berrio in Colombia.

And he will be looking to add to his impressive recent form when he takes on Froilan Saludar on July 30 in Malta.

Saludar (32-4-1, 22 KOs) is nicknamed ‘The Sniper’ and was last in action in March when he outpointed Reymark Taday over eight rounds after losing for the WBO Asia Pacific super-flyweight title back in February 2020.

Promoter Stephen Vaughan, on behalf of Total Sports Management, is currently in discussions with the WBA with regards to adding a regional bauble to this contest.

The show, billed the ‘Maltese Boxing Bonanza’, will be topped by two top-level fights, with WBC interim middleweight female champion Ema Kozin taking on Noni Tenge of South Africa, with the World Boxing Federation crown also at stake, and Tenge’s fellow South African Ayanda Nkosi puts his WBF world lightweight title on the line against former two-time IBO king Daud Yordan.

Piergiulio Ruhe will face Sladan Janjanin for the vacant WBC Mediterranean middleweight title and South African southpaw Phumelele Cafu will be joined by Maltese trio Christian Schembri, Theon Camilleri and Kerstin Brown.