BOURNEMOUTH boxing star Chris Billam-Smith will aim to add the British title to his commonwealth crown as he goes on a “revenge” mission next month.

The former Poole ABC fighter is set to lock horns with unbeaten cruiserweight Deion Jumah on November 21.

Billam-Smith is set to get his chance to claim the British crown after Richard Riakporhe vacated the belt.

The contest is set to be on the undercard of Dillian Whyte’s colossal heavyweight showdown with Alexander Povetkin.

"I think it's a great fight," said Billam-Smith.

"Me and Deion have shared the ring together in the amateurs and we have sparred as professionals.

"I think our styles gel really nicely. We both come to fight and we are both always fit. We're two big punchers, so it's a brilliant fight and one that I'm really excited about.

"He beat me in the amateurs, so I'm looking forward to getting my revenge.”

Billiam-Smith’s professional record stands at 11 wins and one defeat – his only loss controversially came against Riakporhe on a split decision.