The first bout of the day is scheduled to take place in Victoria, Australia as the unbeaten Craig Vitale (1-0) takes on debutant Johnny Kavana (0-0). Thiw will be Vitale's second fight in around 5 weeks, if he wins it's expected he'll return to the ring early next month.
In Poland we have 3 Heavyweight bouts at the Hala Lodowa MOSiR in Oswiecim.
The highest profile of those 3 bouts in Poland sees Marcin Najman (13-4, 9), a former Polish Heavyweight title challenger, ending a 4 and a half year break from the ring to take on Martin Pacas (0-0). Najman will be the favourite but questions about his long lay off will hang over his head until the fight is over.
In a battle of unbeaten fighters Kamil Zielinski (0-0-1) faces Hungarian visitor Oliver Nagy (2-0). Although Nagy is unbeaten in 2 bouts both of those have been against the winless Zoltan Janos Horvath (currently 0-15) with the first victory by just a point.
The remaining bout in Poland sees newcomer Jacek Chruslicki (1-0) taking on debutant Piotr Barczyk (0-0). At the weigh in Barczyk was 35lbs heavier than Chruslicki.
In Buenos Aires on the west coast of Argentina, Maximiliano Alejandro Sosa (7-1, 3) returns to the ring for the first time in over a year to take on experienced Emilio Ezequiel Zarate (16-11-3, 8). This will be Sosa's first fight since suffering a stoppage loss to Alejandro Emilio Valori in March 2012 and appears to be a clear case of rebuilding his confidence against a clear soft touch.
On the opposite side of the country in Mendoza, Nelson Dario Dominguez (14-3-1, 7) fights Fabian Andres Toleda (2-4). Dominguez should go in to this bout as the huge favourite though he has suffered stoppages defeats in 3 of his last 6 bouts, including his 2 most recent fights. It's another confidence builder though more than anything it's a chance to see just ho shot Dominguez's confidence really is.
The remaining 2 bouts of the day that we have full details of are both take place at the McGowan Hall - Knights of Columbus in Indianapolis.
In what appears to be a bit of a mismatch Shaun Seymore (2-0 2) takes on Brandon Bennett (0-5). The unbeaten Seymore has just fought for 96 seconds as a professional thanks to a pair of opening round stoppages, Bennett, without a win in 5 bouts has incidentally been stopped in the opening round of his last 4 (and stopped in all 5 of his losses). It's fair to say that this might be a case of "blink and you may miss the ending".
The other bout on the card looks on paper to be much more even as Scott Conner (11-4, 8) faces Efren Brown (10-8-1, 6). Sadly paper can be deceiving and this will actually be Brown's first fight in over 20 years! Brown last fought way back in 1991 as a much smaller fighter and actually "ended" his career on the back of 3 successive stoppages, so God only knows what he's doing back in the ring in 2013 as a Heavyweight.
Whilst Brown's return to the ring is bizarre it's also worth noting that Conner himself is returning after a long absence having last fought in 2004. Like Brown Conner comes in to this bout on the back of successive losses and leaves us wondering what on earth is going on.
In all honesty we are are actually hoping that the Conner v Brown bout will be scrapped at the 11th hour otherwise we'll be left wondering what the commission was doing allowing this to go on.