With 4 Heavyweight contests taking place on the untelevised portion of the ESPN2 "Friday Night Fights" card is seems a sensible idea to start there, especially considering there are 3 really good fights on there.
Arguably the most interesting of those 4 bouts sees the unbeaten American Alexis Santos (9-0, 8) looking for his biggest win so far as he takes on the experienced Marlon Hayes (23-11, 11). This bout is scheduled for 6 rounds but with Santos having scored 5 opening round victories there is every chance Hayes will be taken out inside the distance.
The unbeaten Charles Martin (8-0-1, 7) is also in action on that card as he takes on Aaron Kinch (5-1-1, 1). This is another interesting bout though not one that sets our pulses racing. Staying on the theme of unbeaten fighters there will also be action of Julian Pollard (2-0, 2) though he's facing a yet to be named opponent.
The remaining Heavyweight bout on the card sees Jonathan Hamm (7-1, 5) taking on Daniel Martz (8-1-1, 6). This is by far the most evenly matched of the 4 bouts and although neither man is expected to go on to massive things it should be a thoroughly entertaining from start to end.
Staying in the US we also expect to see Ecuadorian Olympian Ytalo Perea (3-0, 2) in action though we're unaware of who he'll be fighting at the moment.
In Argentina the infamous Matias Ariel Vidondo (14-1-1, 13) takes on Alfredo Brigido Ruiz Diaz (7-5-1, 2). Vidondo is best known for his bout with Brazil's Irineu Beato Costa Junior, a bout where both men were horribly out of shape before Vidondo effectively collapsed of exhaustion, unfortunately Vidondo doesn't appear to have lost any weight since then.
In Australia we get the first Heavyweight contest of the day as Michael Cornelius (2-0, 1) takes on Craig Vitale (2-0, 1). This match up is certainly an interesting one and a bit of a 50-50 contest though as is often the case in Australia, neither man will be likely to really make a mark on the world stage.