The biggest name in action this Saturday is English man Anthony Joshua (3-0, 3) who continues to slowly build his credentials as he battles fellow Brit Dorian Darch (7-2, 1). Joshua, an Olympic gold medal winner, shouldn't struggle with the light hitting Darch who has lost 2 of his last 3.
Although Joshua is the biggest name and the most promising, he's far from being the only unbeaten man in action on Saturday. Another unbeaten fighter is Carlos Cotto (6-0, 4) who will be fighting the win-less Oscar Adorno (0-4). Adorno, who has been stopped in all 4 of his losses, is the sort of fighter that we expect to see Cotto building his career on for the next few years. Unfortunately Cotto isn't really very good and his team know it.
One more unbeaten Heavyweight in action is Poland's Marcin Rekowski (12-0, 10) who takes on a yet to be announced opponent. Rekowski is in one of 3 Heavyweights bouts on this card in Poland which also includes a bout between former world title challengers Andrzej Wawrzyk (27-1, 13) and Danny Williams (45-20-0-1, 34). Williams, who is genuinely shot, is amazingly taking part in his 7th bout inside 12 months, a schedule that puts many other fighters to shame. Unfortunately for Williams however it's hard to see anything but pain coming from this bout.
The remaining Heavyweight clash on the Polish card sees yet another unbeaten fighter in action as Germany's Agit Kabayel (8-0, 6) goes up against Poland's limited Wlodzimierz Letr (1-1, 1).
Outside of Europe we get a Heavyweight contest in Argentina. This will see the limited Hector Alfredo Avila (22-15-1, 14) taking on the equally poor Walter David Cabral (17-10, 8). Aged 43 it's hard to see Cabral really holding his own here, though neither man is particularly great.