The highest profile of those prospects is Olympic Gold medal winner Anthony Joshua (4-0, 4) who looks to extend his stoppage run as he steps up and fighters Argentina's Hector Alfredo Avila (22-15-1, 14). On paper it looks like a massive step up from Joshua though in realise Avila isn't very good, has been stopped 11 times including an opening round blow out loss to Irineu Beato Costa Junior last year. Joshua should make light work of the Argentinian.
Joshua is one of two very highly touted Brits in action with Hughie Fury (13-0, 8) also fighting. Unlike Joshua however no opponent has been announced for Fury so we'd expect a poor opponent as the big man attempts to keep up an active schedule rather than stepping up too much.
As well as the two highly touted Brits we also have a selection of prospects in Germany. One of those is Michael Wallisch (11-0, 7) who attempts to defend his German Heavyweight title against fellow unbeaten Frank Schadwill (7-0, 6). On the same card as Wallisch will be the very hotly tipped German teenage Tom Schwarz (3-0, 2), though his opponent is yet to be named.
Another young German fighter in action is Ilja Mezencev (3-0, 3) though his opponent hasn't been named yet either. Strangely on the same card as Mezencev there is also a bout listed for Jens Tietze (3-0, 3) wh0 just like the youngster is unbeaten, though Tietze is almost twice the age of Mezencev.
One final unbeaten German based fighter is 20 year old Muslim Benkacimi (1-0) who will be fighting the win-less Marlon Szabo (0-2) on a third German show with a Heavyweight bout!
Back in the UK we're expecting to see some non-prospects in action. This include journeyman Paul Butlin (14-20, 3) who battles the win-less James Oliphant (0-5-2) and female debutant Sarah Knight (0-0).
Across the Atlantic are two Heavyweight bouts. The lesser of those sees Brian Rollins (1-2, 1) taking on Jamal Woods (3-11-2, 3) in a battle of losers. Unfortunately the better bout doesn't look great either as Danny Batchelder (29-9-1, 14) battles the "better than his record" Jonte Willis (9-8-1, 3). Despite Willis being much better than a 9-8-1 fighter Batchelder should still win.