Chisora had his licence revoked after brawling with David Haye in February last year following the Finchley boxer's defeat to Vitali Klitschko in Munich.
Chisora had to fight under a licence from the Luxembourg Boxing Federation when he took on Haye in their grudge match at Upton Park in July, but the Zimbabwe-born fighter has re-applied for his British licence.
Should the British Boxing Board of Control feel Chisora is fit to fight, he will take on an as yet unnamed opponent during the show - called 'Rule Britannia'- at Wembley in March.
At the top of the bill are Scot Ricky Burns and Welshman Nathan Cleverly, who will defend their lightweight and light heavyweight world titles against Miguel Vazquez and Robin Krasniqi respectively.
Londoner George Groves will also take on Mohamed Ali Ndiaye for the vacant European super-middleweight belt.
Liam Nolan's bout against Logan McGuinness and Neil Dawson's clash with Tony Conquest complete the bill.