In Australia we get 2 fights on different cards. In Victoria we get one that matters, a small bit, on the international stage as Lucas Browne (18-0, 16) takes on Clarence Tillman (11-14-2, 6). Although this is a stay busy fight for Browne a loss could see him derailed from a possible Commonwealth title fight.
The second notable bout in Australia sees the vacant Australian title put up for grabs as Hunter Sam (8-2-2, 4) takes on David Levi (3-3, 3). We've been admirers of Sam for a while and do envision him beating Levi. Interestingly these two bouts could lead to an interesting all-Australian clash between Sam and Browne.
In the United Kingdom we're expecting a number of bouts. These include a contest for Welshman Dorian Darch (7-2, 1), who has been left opponent-less following the withdrawal of Anthony Joshua, and Craig Kennedy (6-0, 4) who also has yet to be given an opponent. The one bout we are believe has been set in stone however will see David Howe (10-1, 5) fighting against Imantas Davidaitis (1-3, 1) in what should be an easy victory for Howe.
America also sees several bouts. These include Jason Bergman (21-10-2, 14) up against a yet to be named opponent, and former amateur standout Michael Hunter (2-0, 2), also against a yet to be named opponent, and bouts between Stephan Shaw (0-0), making his debut, against Jose Hermosillo (0-0-1) and Travis Clark (3-0, 2) taking on Justin Novaria (4-13, 2).
Mexico's Vicente Sandez (9-3, 5) will be fighting the unbeaten Valdemar Leyva (0-0-1) in what appears, at least on paper to be a mismatch.
A bout in Brazil is expected to see Raphael Zumbano Love (33-7-1, 26) facing off against a yet to be named opponents.