The most interesting match up, at least on paper, is in Indiana on the under-card of the ESPN "Friday Night Fights" card and features the very promising Donovan Dennis (7-0, 6). Dennis, a hard hitting and exciting young prospect looks for his 8th straigth victory as he takes on the limited but tough Sam Comming (4-7, 3) who has suffered just a sole stoppage loss in his 11 fight career. Admittedly at 37 Comming isn't in his prime but has proven durable and could give Dennis his best test to date.
Dennis isn't the only unbeaten American in action as Justin Davenport (1-0-1, 1) faces Edward Ramirez (1-0, 1). Of course one of these two is likely to lose their unbeaten record though it's a great match up and it's nice to see unbeaten fighters facing off, even if they are just at the embryonic stages of their career. Hard to pick a winner here but it should certainly be an interesting match up.
Another unbeaten American in action is Lionel Davis (9-0, 7). Divis seems set to resurface after almost 3 years out and is apparently pencilled in to fight in Argentina against Jose Manuel Farias (2-2-1).
Two more Americans also make their debut against each other as Andrew Tinae (0-0) takes on Xavier Vigney (0-0). With little known about either of these two it's hard to say much about either unfortunately.
It's not just Americans who are unbeaten and in the UK the unbeaten Adam Machaj (2-0, 2) attempts to extend his record against Imantas Davidaitis (2-4, 2).
Of course not all Heavyweights are unbeaten and we see that across the world.
In Italy Gianluca Mandras (8-2, 5) takes on journeyman Hrvoje Kisicek (6-7, 1), who was stopped last time out by Anthony Joshua. In Turkey we get Yaroslav Zavorotnyi (16-4, 14) fighting against the "much better than his record indicates" Ivica Perkovic (20-23, 15) who, if he's in the right mind, could upset Zavorotnyi.
The one remaining bout, and the only title bout in the division, is in Dubai as Joseph Chingangu (27-9, 20) fights against Francis Zulu (17-3-2, 8). This fight, for the IBF Continental Africa Heavyweight title is arguably the most important but yet the least notable with no one in the boxing mainstream likely to take any sort of interest in the bout.