Barron is currently being trained by his father - and former pro - Gary - and Frankham, from Walpole St Andrew, is looking to make his mark in the professional cruiserweight ranks after winning European Schoolboy honours as an amateur.
A few years ago, Frankham had a trial at Peterborough United before choosing boxing - and Tommy Martin made the same sporting switch.
Waterman has confirmed the St Neots whirlwind will have his second professional fight on the show after his electrifying stoppage win on his debut.
Martin took big support with him to Bethnal Green for his debut - and the teenage talent hopes his army of fans will head along the A1 to watch him in Peterborough.
Nathan Dale, the former amateur star from Norwich, looks to extend his unbeaten record on the show and Waterman hopes fans’ favourites including Caine Brodie, Jake Dyer, Jordan Gill and Jamie Spence will all confirm their places on the show in the next few days.
Graham Earl has three boxers from his stable on the show - Terry Holmes, Tom Little, Danny Mulhern - and hopes Steve Kinnersley will be given the green light to make his paid debut in Peterborough.
In March, Waterman brought professional boxing back to the city after an absence of more than four years - and a bumper crowd watched a cracking night of boxing.
Waterman said: "If the public keep supporting us, we will keep putting on bigger and better shows.
"I’m hoping 2013 will be a very big year for Cello Renda and I’m excited by the other prospects we have on the bill.
"We are putting together a value-for-money show and just hope that the public get behind us."
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