Sporting a 20W-7L-1D, 10KOs record, Tabugon expressed confidence of hurdling the daunting task.
"I'm training really hard for this fight and I know I have a great chance of beating Andrew Moloney," he said.
At stake in the fight are WBA Oceania super flyweight and OPBF Silver super flyweight belts.
"This is a must-win for Tabugon. He is very confident and we are hoping to bring home the belts home," said Tabugon's manager Jim Claude "JC" Manangquil, chief executive officer of Sanman Promotions.
Moloney is yet to lose in 13 fights with eight of the victories coming by way of knockouts.
Another Filipino fighter will see action in the undercard with Lolito Sonsona of Jason Soong Stable taking on Andrew's twin brother Jason for the WBA Oceania and OPBF Silver superbantamweight titles.###