We have one of those unbeaten men in action in Italy as Italian champion Matteo Modugno (13-0, 7) takes a stay busy 6 round contest against Hungarian journeyman Ferenc Zsalek (13-40-3, 2). There is little chance of Zsalek scoring a win here but for Modugno it'll be a case of shaking off some ring rust as it's now almost 9 months since he was last in a bout. With the bout scheduled for 6 rounds there is a chance Zsalek will see the final bell but it's 50-50.
On the same Italian show we expected to seem a bout between Argentinian veteran Gonzalo Omar Basile (61-8-0-1, 28) and novice Kreso Bogdanovic (3-6). It's hard to see anything but a Basile win here which could lead to him fighting against Modugno next time out.
In the US we have 2 more unbeaten men who are incidentally fighting each other. This bout sees Joshua Tufte (15-0, 6) take on the big punching Juan Goode (6-0, 5) in an excellent bout. Tufte is the more experienced man, by quiet a margin, but Goode does have the power to perhaps neutralise that.
On the same US show we expect to see DJ Hughley (1-8, 1) take on fellow limited fighter Brandon Spencer (2-4-1, 2) in an a relatively dull looking 4 rounder on the undercard. Whilst it's not a great bout on paper, it's the sort of standard undercard affair that is hard to complain about as both men will be coming to win.
One of the least interesting looking bouts for the weekend will be on an unsanctioned show in Slovakia as Lukas Horak (1-0) battles Kamil Bazelak (0-1). We're unsure why this bout is unsanctioned though we are aware that Horak is an MMA practitioner and with that in mind he should have the experience and skills needed to beat Bazelak.
In Uruguay fans will get the chance to see their national champion Yuberty Suarez Diaz (4-2, 2) in action for the second time in just a few weeks. No opponent has yet been named as Diaz's opponent.