Murray to face Rios for title
It will be Murray's first bout since losing his own unbeaten record to domestic rival Kevin Mitchell in July - a loss that preceded the split from his long-time coach Joe Gallagher.
Rios was initially set to face Murray-conqueror Kevin Mitchell but couldn’t get that fight off the ground after the Essex man was refused entry to the US due to legal issues.
‘I'm going to be in phenomenal condition,’ Murray told BBC Radio Manchester after the announcement of the fight. ‘I'm over the moon at the minute
‘I'm ready to go to work and bring back that title. It's a massive challenge, but it gets the fire in the belly going. I've been in training for four weeks already, I'm going over there to win this.’