It's in America that we get most of the bouts, in fact we are expecting a vast majority of the bouts to be fought stateside.
It's in California that we get the most noteworthy bout of the day as former world title challenger Chris Arreola (35-3, 30) takes on the highly touted Seth Mitchell (26-1-1, 19) in a bout that promises to be explosive for as long as it lasts.
Staying in the US we get 2 Heavyweight contests in Georgia as Justin Wayne Ledet (1-0, 1) takes on DJ Hughley (1-8, 1) and James Jenkins (1-1-1, 1) battles Tobias Rice (4-8-1, 2). Interestingly on Ledet's debut he stopped Rice in 3 rounds some 2 years ago so we'll be favouring Ledet and Jenkins to claim victories.
There is also a double header of Heavyweight action in Boston as the unbeaten Julian Pollard (2-0, 2), a former American football-turn-boxer, takes on the debuting Romulo Lima (0-0) and Donnie Palmer (0-0-1) battles Mario Huffman (0-2) in a meeting between win less fighters.
In a third US double header, this time in Cincinnati, David Long (11-2-2, 7) fights the hard hitting Quincey Palmer (6-2, 6), in what will be Long's first fight in almost 2 years and Danny Calhoun (1-0, 1) will battle Michael Lane (0-2). Like with the Georgia card, the unbeaten Calhoun made his debut against one of the other men on the card, having stopped Palmer in 129 seconds back in July 2012.
The final of the US double headers takes place in Mississippi. It's here that Greek Thanasis Michaloudis (1-0, 1) is in action facing the debuting Roderick Reed (0-0) and Mike Bissett (3-3, 3) takes on Joseph Crawford (1-4). With Bissett having stopped the men he had beaten in all 3 of his wins and with Crawford having been stopped in his 4 losses the outcome here looks like a Bissett stoppage and probably a victory for Michaloudis.
There is one other bout stateside in the Heavyweight division as the debuting Ron Vasquez (0-0) takes on Landon Dirks (1-1, 1) in an even looking bout on paper.
As well as all the action in the US there is an intriguing trio of bouts in London, England.
The main event in London sees Ian Lewison (7-2-1, 4) trying to back up his mouth as he takes on Tom Dallas (17-3, 12) in a battle for the British Southern Area Heavyweight title. Lewison has been publicly critical of Dallas who will himself know that he needs a big win here of it's likely to be curtains for his career.
In the other two contests in London the unbeaten pair of AJ Carter (1-0) and Dominic Akinlade (1-0, 1) will be be attempting to continue their unbeaten career starts. Akinlade faces busy Latvian Janis Ginters (3-4, 3), who is fighting for the 8th time this year, whilst Carter will be in action against Michal Vasek (1-1, 1).
Moving from the UK to Denmark we have a very interesting match up as the promising young Swede Otto Wallin (1-0, 1) looks for his second professional victory. The Swedish youngster takes on a man British fans might now as he meets former David Haye, Enzo Maccarinelli and Herbie Hide victim Valeri Semiskur (18-28-1, 10). With Semsikur having never been very good this shouldn't be too much of a test for Wallin but it's still a bout that interests us.
Remaining in Europe, though going to Germany., there is a further 3 bouts.
In Berlin Canadian Franz Rill (2-0, 1) battles Alban Galonnier (3-4-1, 3), in Offenbach veteran Fatih Yildiz (11-0, 5) fights Radovan Kuca (0-7-1) and in Sachsen-Anhalt Henadzi Daniliuk (15-7, 12) goes up against novice Samir Nebo (2-1-1, 2).
The day finishes with a sole Heavyweight clash in Argentina as Emilio Ezequiel Zarate (17-12-3, 8) fights Diego Martin Merlo (3-2, 2) for the WPC South American Heavyweight title. Although Zarate is nothing special special he should manage to beat Merlo here.