Mark DeLuca to fight Michael Moore on ESPN on March 31

Junior middleweight Mark "Bazooka" DeLuca and Cleveland's Michael Moore will fight in the scheduled 10-round main event of the March 31 edition of Golden Boy Boxing on ESPN, Golden Boy Promotions announced Tuesday.

The card will take place at the Marina Bay Sportsplex in Quincy, Massachusetts, DeLuca's hometown. The card will air on ESPN2 beginning at 10 p.m. ET and on a slight tape delay on ESPN Deportes at 11 p.m. ET.

"I'm really excited that [promoter] Murphy's Boxing, Golden Boy Promotions and ESPN got together again to host a fight in Boston," said DeLuca (20-0, 12 KOs), a 30-year-old southpaw who served with United States Marine Corps in Afghanistan. "The amazing boxing fan base in Boston that I'm lucky to have the support of deserves a big night like this."

Moore (15-1, 7 KOs), 31, will be appearing in the first televised bout of his eight-year career.

In the co-feature, middleweight Jason Quigley (13-0, 10 KOs), 26, of Ireland, will fight Daniel Rosario (11-3, 10 KOs), 29, of Puerto Rico, in an eight-round match.

The fight will be Quigley's first in one year, since he badly injured his hand in a grueling 10-round decision win over Glen Tapia last March on a Golden Boy Boxing on ESPN card. The fight will also be Quigley's first under the guidance of British trainer Dominic Ingle.

Rosario comes into the fight looking to shake off a two-fight losing skid.

"I'm ready to light up Boston," Quigley said. "It will be amazing to fight again, but it will be even more special because I'll be on the East Coast with all my Irish fans. This is going to be special, and I will put on a great show."

Quigley has boxed exclusively in Southern California and Las Vegas since turning pro in 2014 except for one fight, his third pro bout in 2014, which was in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Also on the card, Brazilian southpaw Yamaguchi Falcao (14-0, 7 KOs), 30, will face an opponent to be determined in an eight-round middleweight fight. Falcao claimed a bronze medal in the 2012 Olympics, the same year his brother, middleweight contender Esquiva Falcao, won an Olympic silver medal.