Feldman confirmed the match will take place Sept. 20, but has not yet identified Bolaris' opponent.
Bolaris famously fought and lost to radio DJ Diego Ramos at the Valley Forge Convention Center in 1996. That was reportedly the first ever Celebrity Boxing match organized by Feldman, who became notorious earlier this year for setting up a match between DMX and George Zimmerman, infamous for killing Trayvon Martin.
Boxing promoter Damon Feldman. Credit: Charles Mostoller/Metro
That match was later canceled.
Bolaris, a former columnist for Metro who wrote on subjects including being "whacked" by Fox29 and moving to New York did not respond immediately to a request for an interview about the fight.
Feldman is currently seeking a female contender to fight Patricia "Tanmom" Krentcil in a mixed-martial arts match. Krentcil fought Angela "Milf Mom" Cottone in June and lost by disqualification, according to Feldman.
Feldman is also seeking a female contender to fight V. Stiviano, the ex-girlfriend of former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling who recorded him making remarks about African Americans that led to public uproar and his forced sale of the team.
Watch video of "Milf Mom vs Tan Mom" below:
Correction: A previous version of this story said Bolaris may fight as part of a double-bill with Tanmom, whose rematch was listed for Sept. 20, but Feldman said Bolaris' fight will not include Tanmom.