The most notable bout, at least from where we're sat, takes place at the Club Atlético Talleres, in Buenos Aires, Argentina as the hard hitting Matias Ariel Vidondo (15-1, 14) faces veteran Fabio Eduardo Moli (44-8-0-2, 29) in a battle for Moli's Argentina nationa title.
Moli should be considered the favourite with his experience and higher level of competition though with 6 of his 8 losses coming by stoppage and with Vidondo being a puncher an upset is certainly not impossible.
Although the most important bout is the one in Argentina that doesn't mean that we don't have bouts spread around the world, including 3 in Australia.
One of the Australian trio sees the unbeaten Ben Wrotniak (5-0, 1) taking on the experienced Oscar Siale (14-13, 4) in what could be the toughest bout of Wrotniak's career so far, despite the fact Siale is 42. Originally Wrotniak seems to have been listed as fighting Shane Tilyard, so could a change of opponents come back to bite him?
The two other bouts "down under" see novices in action as David Levi (2-3-1, 2) takes on Thomas Peato (1-0) and Gordon Graff (0-0) faces a yet to be named opponent. Hard to say what to expect here, though the bout between Levi and Peato is a rematch from Peato's debut, a 6 round split decision over Levi.
In Brazil we get a second interesting South American battle as Raphael Zumbano Love (32-6-1, 25), a former PABA Heavyweight challenger, somehow, takes on the dangerous Manoel Rodrigues de Souza (21-3, 17) who enters on a 4 fight stoppage run. Although no title is on the line here the bout is certainly an interesting one.
The sole Heavyweight bout in Russia sees 22 year old Ruslan Faifer (0-0) make his debutat as he takes on Ukrainian opponent Roman Mirzoev (2-6, 1). With Mirzoev being a blown up Light Heavyweight, we kid you not, it'd be a real shock to see anything but a victory for the debuting youngster.
The remaining 3 bouts that we have details on are all scheduled to take place in the US.
In Califnornia former amateur stand out Michael Hunter (1-0, 1) battles the experienced Francisco Mireles (15-7, 4). Although Mireles has a solid looking record on paper, he has lost to every recognisable name he has faced and wil likely also lose here to a genuinely talented fighter.
We have the final 2 bouts in Illinois as the unbeaten Ricardo Chavez (4-0, 3) faces the winless Calbert Lewis (0-3) and Greek kickboxer Chanassis Michaloudis (0-0) makes his professional boxing debut.