If pushed to look at the best Heavyweight action of the day however we'd have to start in Switzerland at Münsterplatz in Basel. It's on this show that was get two promising prospects in action.
The most notable of the two contests in Basel sees the unbeaten German Erkan Teper (10-0, 6) stepping up to face the experience Brit Michael Sprott (37-20, 17) in what could be a genuine banana skin. Despite Sprott's record being less than Stellar he's a fighter who can really give a gun run to anyone below the "B level" and to date Teper hasn't looked like he's got it in his to genuine beat someone like Sprott. Although we expect Teper to take a "victory" don't be shocked if this is a controversial victory for the German.
On the same card Switzerland's very own Arnold Gjergjaj (22-0, 16) goes for his 10th straight stoppage as he battles Polish born German Markus Tomala (9-2, 4). Although on paper this looks like it should be a relative easy victory for Gjergjaj it actually could be a competitive match with Tomala being better than his record.
Staying with unbeaten Heavyweight's Puerto Rican Carlos Cotto (4-0, 4) is in action in his homeland. Cotto, will be facing domestic opponent Jimmy Suarez (2-4, 2) who has either stopped his opponents or been stopped in all 6 of his bouts to date so we're not expecting the judges to be needed here.
The final unbeaten Heavyweight that we can see is Thanasis Michaloudis (1-0, 1), a former Greek kick boxer who has turned to pro boxing in the US. Michaloudis will be battling debutant Roderick Reed (0-0),just 2 weeks after making his own debut.
The Michaloudis/Reed bout is one of two in the US with the other featuring Alfredo Escalera Jr (18-4-1, 12) against a yet to be named opponent.
Staying in the America's their is also two bouts in South America. The most notable of these is an Argentinian domestic scrap as the experienced former Cruiserweight champion Marcelo Fabian Dominguez (43-7-1, 23) takes on journeyman Hector Alfredo Avila (22-14-1, 14) best knwn for going 9 rounds with Dereck Chisora earlier this year.
The second of the South American bouts sees Brazil's Leonardo De Moura (5-9, 5) facing a yet to be announced opponent.
The remaining bouts are in Europe and we'll start in German as Marlon Szabo (0-1) faces Maik Heil (0-2). This bout, in Leipzig, is the sort of thing you expect on an undercard and is really just a card filler more than anything, certainly nothign to be excited about even if it does end up being a fun bout for those at the venue.
The final bouts, which we think will make up a trio, take place in Hungary as part of a mini-tournament dubbed, "Hungarian heavyweight "Super 4" tournament", yes very creative name! The fighters here will be Istvan Ruzsinszky (11-7-1, 8), Gabor Farkas (6-28-6, 3) Gabor Zsalek (9-26-2, 6) and Attila Zsiros (1-0-1, 1).
We're not 100% sure though we assume that this tournament will be a 1 night thing similar to "Prizefighter" with the men fighting in semi-final bouts with the winners progressing to the final. As bizarre as it might be, this may turn out to be the most interesting Heavyweight action of the weekend with national pride at stake between the four Hungarian men.