He will now meet the American Benice Barber on the undercard of Robin Reid's World Boxing Council super-middleweight title defence against Hassine Cherifi.
Woodhall had originally been lined-up to face Paul Wright, from Liverpool, and then the American Wayne Hankins, but both contests fell through. The Telford-based boxer has moved up to super-middleweight after being beaten by the WBC world middleweight champion Keith Holmes in his previous bout last October - the only defeat of his 22 fight professional career.
Woodhall has been out of action since then because of a second elbow operation and is keen to get back into action and restart his career. He said: "I feel happy about my prospects after moving up a division and joining Frank Warren.
"It was getting hard to make the middleweight limit and I was always aware that I would be going up a division in my career. I am looking to come back with a good win and then see what the future holds."Reuse content