Frampton will face Orozco at Wembley on Chisora undercard
Carl Frampton (16-0) of Northern Ireland, will take on Argentina's Fabian Orozco (20-2-2) at Wembley Arena on July 20.
Frampton, 26, boxes for the first time since leaving Eddie Hearn's Matchroom stable and is in the belief that new promoter Frank Warren will deliver the world title shot he craves.
The unbeaten super bantamweight beat Kiko Martinez, becoming the first boxer to knock the spanard out when he stopped him in the 9th round to win the EBU super bantamweight belt in his last outing in February, now he returns against Orozco, who has lost just twice in 24 fights.
"I think it will be a very exciting fight. From the footage I have seen of him he seems keen to get into tear ups, which is what I like, someone who'll come and have a fight," said Frampton. "I think our styles suit each other."
"Fabrian Orozco is a talented boxer/figher who is coming to wembley believing he can beat Carl Frampton," said Barry McGuigan, Frampton's manager.
"He is rough and uncompromising and will definitely come to fight. Carl must win all of his fights as he gets closer to that world title he craves. We feel Fabian will bring the best out of Frampton and give the Wembley audience an enthalling fight".
Dereck Chisora's heavyweight showdown with Malik Scott headlines the Wembley show with Billy Joe Saunders also in action against fellow unbeaten middleweight Gary O'Sullivan on the undercard.