With that in mind we're really looking to Friday's action from Germany where the flawed Romania Christian Hammer (15-3, 10) battles the equally limited Konstantin Airich (19-7-2, 15). Neither man will ever be a world champion but both are fun to watch. Airich is probably just a bit "too gone" to give us the match up we're hoping for but he does have heavy hands and could hurt Hammer, Hammer himself is a decent puncher, decent skills and wants to improve. This could very easily be a great, lesser level Heavyweight bout.
On the same German we have two bouts. The first of those is the German debut of Sweden's promising Adrian Granat (2-0, 2) who will be fighting against unbeaten Turk Aziz Baran (4-0, 3). Baran is based in Germany and that may be a big advantage here but Granat is very highly tipped and we'll favour him here. Notably Baran's opponents so far have had a combined record of 0-41.
The other bout will see the unbeaten Burak Sahin (3-0, 3) face his biggest test so far. Sahin, who has been inactive for 11 months, will be fighting against journeyman Marko Angermann (11-20-1, 4) who has been stopped in 15 of his 20 losses so far. Hard to see Angermann lasting the scheduled 4 rounds here.
The German show is certainly the Heavyweight highlight of the night though we do have bouts in both the US and Australia.
In the US fans will get the chance to see Antonio Mignella (1-0, 1) and the debuting Jonathon Guidry (0-0) though opponents for both men have yet to be named and we're not expecting to see either man in with anyone too interesting. Local tomato cans are more than likely.
In Australia we get 4 debutants in action. One of those bouts will pit Joel Clifford (0-0) against Maunoah Temu (0-0) whilst the other will see Adam Fitzsimmons (0-0) taking on Nick Browning (0-0). Hard to say much about these bouts considering the experience of the two men so far.