The most notable in action this Friday is Englishman Hughie Fury (11-0, 6) who fights for the 12th time this year. The unbeaten youngster is still making baby steps as can be seen in the choice of his opponent, David Gegeshidze (10-4-1, 2), though with his level of activity lots of baby steps is better than no movement at all.
As well as Fury there is also another man with a perfect winning record in action. Billy Corito (6-0, 4), fights in his native Malta, though aged 36 he's unlikely to ever fight at a high level. Unfortunately Corito's opponent is yet to be named, though we'd be very shocked if he was facing someone with some type of name quality.
In the US we also have an unbeaten man in action in the shape of Brandon Carmack (3-0-2, 1). Although a rotund looking Carmack claimed the USA Missouri State Heavyweight title last time out his belt isn't on the line here as he takes on a yet to be named opponent. Brandon shares the card with his brother, and once touted prospect, Richard Carmack (12-2-0-1, 10) who is looking to end a 2 fight losing streak. Like his brother, Richard is also facing a yet to be named opponent.
One of several debuts takes places in Canada as Mike Gales (0-0) battles the unbeaten Samer Barakat (1-0, 1). Barakat, who made his own debut just 2 months ago, will be travelling to Quebec, the home of Gales for this contest.
Another debut takes place in Sweden as Adrian Granat (0-0) fights Patryk Kowoll (2-9, 1) in a 4 rounder at the Kalmar Sporthall. The Granat/Kowoll bout is one of two Heavyweight contests on the shower with the other being Joel Larsson (1-0) against Croatian Marko Vucevic (0-1). Both of these contests are scheduled over the 4 round distance.
We also get a debut bout in Australia as Samin Bakhsh (0-0) kicks off his career with a bout in Victoria. Unfortunately Bakhsh's opponent has yet to be named.