It's in Pennsylvania that we're expecting both of those bouts.
The lesser of those bouts will see the unbeaten Patrick O'Conner (2-0) battle against fellow novice Aaron Bratton (1-2) for the second time in the matter of a few weeks. O'Conner, fighting for the third time this year, has to be favoured over a man he has already out pointed though things could be interesting with Bratton not coming in off a long lay off, like he did in April.
Whilst the O'Conner/Bratton bout is a somewhat insignificant lower level undercard bout the main event is a bout of genuine local significance as Anthony Caputo Smith (15-2, 10) battles against Pedro Martinez (7-7, 3) in a bout for the vacant Pennsylvania State Heavyweight title. On paper it's easy to favour Smith, he is after all the man with the better record, however he is a blown up Light Heavyweight who has lost 2 of his last 4 and hasn't looked good in any of his last 4. Martinez might not be a great fighter but is naturally bigger and may well be able to use it to his advantage. We know this isn't a bout that will launch either man's career but it's an excellent local bout betweentwo fighters from the same state with pride and local bragging rights on the line.