Cathal Pendred will make his first defense of the CWFC welterweight title on home turf this summer.
The recently-crowned champion will put his belt on the line when he takes on Che Mills at Cage Warriors 55 on Saturday, June 1.
Cage Warriors 55, which will also feature a four-man flyweight title tournament, is set to take place at The Helix in Dublin, Ireland.
Pendred (12-2-1) has remained unbeaten in his six bouts under the Cage Warriors banner since making his debut for the organisation back in November 2010.
The 25-year-old Irishman earned his title shot courtesy of wins over David Bielkheden and Bruno Carvalho last year, before dethroning previous CWFC welterweight champion Gael Grimaud with a unanimous decision victory earlier this month at Cage Warriors 52.
"Fighting in my own backyard in a venue full of crazy Irish fans against a guy who was in the UFC until very recently, I couldn't have asked for a better way to defend my title for the first time," said Pendred,
"I can guarantee that the calibre of my opponent and the atmosphere the Irish fans will create is going to bring out the best in me."
At UFC on Fuel TV 7 at London's Wembley Arena last month, the 30-year-old Gloucester native was beaten by Matt Riddle by split decision, but the result was later overturned as a ‘no contest' after Riddle failed a drug test.
Mills, who'll be returning to CWFC action for the first time since defeating Jake Hecht at Cage Warriors 38, said: "I'm really excited about this opportunity. This fight will be a war, but I'm not leaving without the belt."