We'll start our journey in Italy as Italian Heavyweight champion Matteo Modugno (13-0, 7) looks to make the second of his national title. The 26 year old Modugno will be facing former Europen Cruiserweight title challenger Fabio Tuiach (25-2, 15). Although Tuiach has an impressive record and has only been stopped once, by Marco Huck, he has fough just 3 times in almost 5 years.
Not far from Italy, in Galati, Romania is an interesting card with 4 Heavyweight contests.
The most noteworthy of the fights in Romania sees former Romanian amateur standout Chrstian Hammer (13-3, 9) taking on Norway's Leif Larsen (17-1, 14), in a defense of Hammer's WBO European title. Larsen, fighting for the first time since being out pointed by Odlanier Solis, may go into this bout as a notable under-dog though with his performance against Solis he may be able to defeat Hammer who has looked sub-par when he has stepped up in class.
Although the Hammer/Larsen bout is the highlight figth on the card the most recognisable fighter on the show is Danny Williams (44-17-0-1, 33) the former European champion. Although many, especially those in Britain, feel Williams should walk away from the sport he seems to be really prolonging his on a European tour. In Romania Williams will face limited Romanian Giulian Ilie (19-6-2, 5) in a bout that could see Williams ending a 7 fight losing streak.
The other two Heavyweight bouts on the show see the debuting Octavian Lehadus (0-0) taking on journeyman Liviu Ungureanu (1-15, 1) and the debut of Eddy Lehadus (0-0) who is set to a yet to be named opponent.
The most noteworthy of two bouts in the US sees the much talked about Amir Mansour (18-0, 14) in action as he takes on journeyman Maurice Harris (26-17-2-1, 11) in a bout for the USBA and WBF Intercontinental Heavyweight titles. "Hardcore" Mansour, seen by some fans as the most avoided man in the division, will be looking to make an impact here against Harris and knows that he will need to score an eye catching victory if he's ever to get the big money fight that he seems to feel he deserves.
The other notable bout in the US sees once beaten Heavyweight Travis Kauffman (24-1, 18) taking on Arron Lyons (12-12-1, 9) in what looks to be a bit of a mismatch. Although once hyped as a "Great White Hope" Kauffman is slowly becoming a fighter that the boxing public is forgetting about due to his protective matchmaking since his loss to Tony Grano back in 2009.
Amir Mansour (18-0, 14) v Maurice Harris (26-17-2-1, 11)
(vacant USBA heavyweight title
vacant World Boxing Federation Intercontinental heavyweight title)
Travis Kauffman (24-1, 18) v Arron Lyons (12-12-1, 9)