The first of those two bouts (and as a result the first ever bout mentioned on this site!) is at the Civic Hall in Bedworth as the unbeaten Mike O'Hagan (3-0, 1) returns to the ring for the first time in well over a year. O'Hagan, who last fought in September 2011 will be facing Bulgarian journeyman Tayar Mehmed (5-23-2, 1).
The bout, on paper looks like an "easy" victory for O'Hagan and whilst Mehmed hasn't won a fight against an opponent with a victory before, O'Hagan's lay off may well come back to bite him in the back side. Should be an interesting return for O'Hagan against a fighter who is experienced and a proven survivor.
The second bout, which takes place in Guyana, sees former Cruiserweight contender Shawn Cox (17-2, 16) going in to what appears to be a confidence builder against former victim Kurt Bess (5-5, 3).
When the two men first met, back in 2011 Cox blasted out Bess in 130 seconds dropping him 3 times to claim the CABOFE Cruiserweight title and ending a 5 fight winning streak of Bess. Since then Bess has remained out of the ring.
Although Bess will be at home the former Guyanese Heavyweight champion is unlikely to pose many problems for Cox who is destructive at this level.
The third bout (though technically the first of the day, don't ask) sees New Zealand born Australian Nathan Briggs (20-6, 16) taking on US born Kiwi Clarence Tillman (11-11-2, 6). With Tillman having lost his last 3 bouts it may be easy to write off his chances though Briggs, the older brother of former Light Heavyweight contender Paul, is coming in on a KO loss of his own, over 4 years ago.
Whilst this bout may have some local interest down-under it's hard to see too many fight fans caring about it internationally due to slide both men are on and their ages (combined they are well over 70).