Of the Heavyweight bouts the most peculiar takes placein China where former world title challenger Okello Peter (21-7, 19), a Ugandan based in Japan, faces the gigantic Evgeny Orlov (14-12-1, 10). Orlov, well known for his unique nickname of "The Molecule From Hell", will have to be favoured here and despite being 35 he is a relative spring chicken to the 41 year old Peter.
The Peter/Orlov bout will decide the WBC Asia Council Continental Heavyweight champion and would likely find themselves with a notable push up the WBC rankings, as worrying as that is.
The Chinese bout isn't the only title bout with an NABA USA title out taking place in the US between Jason Bergman (22-10-2, 15) and Devin Vargas (18-2, 7). Berman comes in to this fight as the champion, having won the title last year. For Vargas this is his first title fight and in fact his first fight since 2011, coming in he has lost 2 of his last 3. and really shouldn't be getting a title fight of any sort here.
Aside from the two title fights we also have a number of prospects in action. These include hard hitting American hopeful Donovan Dennis (8-0, 7) who will be taking on the experienced and heavy handed Travis Fulton (21-35-1, 20). On paper this looks like a great test but Fulton, dubbed "Iron Man" has already been stopped 27 times in his 57 fight career, it'd be surpising if he could withstand the power of Dennis.
Another heard hitting American prospect in action is Aaron Green (14-0, 12) who faces an equally as interesting test as he takes on the experienced Byron Polley (25-16-1, 11). As with Fulton, Polley does tend to lose by stoppage, with 13 stoppage defeats against his name, and with Green having very heavy hands we're expecting another stoppage victory for the unbeaten man.
One final Heavyweight bout in the US will see the once beaten Jesse Barboza (7-1-1, 5) fighting against novice Glenn Thomas (1-1). Hard to see Barboza losing here though we don't think he's as good as he was once touted as being.
Outside of the US we get fights in Germany and Canada.
In Germany the most interesting fighter is the unbeaten Tom Schwarz (4-0, 2) who will be facing a yet to be named opponent. The unbeaten man is tipped to be a contender somewhere down the line and it's hard not to be excited about his potential.
On the same German show as Schwarz there is a bout between the big hitting Steffen Kretschmann (16-2-0-1, 15) and Samir Kurtagic (12-5, 8). This will be Kretschmann's first fight since his rain affected no contest with Timo Hoffman back in 2012. We don't expect this one to finish early despite the punchers reputation of Kretschmann.
On a separate show in Germany fans can get to see the unbeaten Boban Filipovic (3-0, 3) in action against the win-less Dragan Pavlovic (0-6). Unfortunately it's hard to get excited about the unbeaten Croat despite his perfect record. He is in his late 30's and isn't likely to face anyone of not, as seen here.
In Canada the unbeaten Zachary Bunce (2-0, 1) will be hoping to extend the winning start to his career as he takes on Steven Harvey (4-1, 2). This should prove to be a good test for Bunce though a very winnable one for the unbeaten novice.