Of the 3 bouts their is one clear stand out as the much hyper Amir Mansour (20-0, 15) takes on former Cruiserweight kingpin Steve Cunningham (26-6, 12) in a bout that really should get the attention of boxing fans, especially state side.
What makes the Mansour/Cunningham bout such a key bout that neither man can afford a loss. It really is as simple as suggesting the loser has no where to go. That's because Mansour is closing in on 42 and won't physically have time to rebuild following a loss whilst Cunningham would have gone 2-5 if he loses here.
With both men fighting for their career we do expect a tense bout though we're expecting Mansour to come out as the fighter and Cunningham, with his wealth of high level experience, to try box with the older and shorter Mansour. Really interesting bout considering what is at stake.
Mansour isn't the only unbearen fighter in action on Friday night, in fact he's one of a trio of unbeaten men in action.
One of the other unbeaten men is gun shot victim Tyrell Wright (4-0, 3). Wright, who bears a huge scar down his front will be expected to move to 5-0 as he battles the very limited Dan Bolden (1-2). Interesting we may actually see this bout fought as a Cruiserweight bout by the time the men weigh in.
The other Heavyweight bout will see Patrick O'Conner (1-0) looking to secure his second victory in less than a month as he takes on fellow novice Aaron Bratton (1-1). Hard to say much on this one but O'Conner is certainly fighter expected to come out on top.