By Dan Rafael ESPN.com Zab Judah has not fought on HBO in more than two years, but that could change if plans in the works are finalized. Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer and HBO are working on a Nov. 6 "Boxing After Dark" card, which could take place at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., where Schaefer would co-promote with Main Events, Judah's promoter. The proposed main event: Golden Boy junior welterweight knockout artist Lucas Matthysse (27-0, 25 KOs) of Argentina against New York's Judah (39-6, 27 KOs), the former undisputed welterweight champ and two-time junior welterweight titlist. Judah, whose last HBO fight was a ninth-round technical decision loss to Joshua Clottey for a vacant welterweight belt in August 2008, returned to 140 pounds in July and stopped Jose Armando Santa Cruz in the third round at the Prudential Center on ESPN2. HBO has been featuring top junior welterweight Devon Alexander, Timothy Bradley, Amir Khan, Marcos Maidana and Victor Ortiz. It views the winner of the potential Judah-Matthysse fight fitting into the picture for a major bout with any of those fighters. "HBO likes the match," Schaefer said. "So we are trying to work it out."