Moore is 2-0 with two knockouts while Fitzsimmons is 1-0 after winning his pro debut over Nick Browning via unanimous decision.
“I’m excited by this opportunity,” Brent Moore said.
“I’m in great shape for this one and hope to make it three wins from three fights.
“I have a large amount of respect for my opponent, he was a champion amateur and he was really impressive in his pro debut.
“It’s a tough fight but I’m confident if I fight at my best it’s a fight I can win,” Moore said.
The Brent Moore vs Adam Fitzsimmons bout will be fought over four rounds at the middleweight limit.
“This is a good fight for Brent at this stage of his career,” Trainer/Manager Brendon Smith said.
“Brent has shown a lot of promise in his first two pro fights so now to fight another undefeated fighter in his home state is another challenge.
“Adam Fitzsimmons had had over fifty amateur fights as well as his pro debut so he’s seasoned.
“Brent has prepped well for this fight and we hope he can take the next step and gain another win this weekend.
“We will be out numbered being in New South Wales, but we have a small team of fellow pro’s traveling with us to support Brent.
“We have great comraderie in our gym,” Smith said.