The action kicks off in Victoria, Australia as fans get a Heavyweight double header.
In the first of those bouts fans will get to see Craig Vitale (3-0, 1) attempt to score his 4th straight victory as he faces the debuting Joe Muir (0-0). Vitale has only been a professional for around 3 months but has already been impressive dropping just 2 of 9 rounds.
The second bout in Victoria sees Joel Shackleton (4-0, 4) face Hunter Sam (6-1-2, 3) in a battle for the Victoria State Heavyweight title. Although Shackleton has an impressive looking record his opponents to date have been poor with a combined record of 13-45-4 and none of them have had a winning record. Sam hasn't fought significantly better opponents though his opponents have been there to win with 6 opponents having winning records.
As well as the 2 bouts in Victoria there is also a couple of bouts in Pennsylvania, USA as Eric Newell (5-2-1, 3) takes on Moses Marshall (0-1-1) and the experienced Jason Gavern (21-15-4, 10) faces Robert Dunton (9-8-1, 6). Unfortunately neither of these bouts really hold any kind of major interest with fans on a world stage or even the case of any of the men really being "promising" future contenders.