Two of the three Heavyweight bouts we know about for the day take place in Russia. The most interesting of the men involved in those bouts is Apti Davtaev (4-0, 4) who sports an outstanding record as a professional. Unfortunately it's hard to say much about Davtaev due to his very low level of opponent. That doesn't change here as Davtaev fights the winless against Oleksandr Pritula (0-2). in what should be a clear opportunity to move Davtaev's record to 5-0 (5).
The other Russian bout looks much more even as Arbi Madaev (2-0) takes on Ivan Shvayko (2-1, 1). Shvayko, from the Ukraine, has mixed in better company suffering his sole loss to Vyacheslav Glazkov wilst scoring wins over fighters who were 4-0 and 5-0 when he faced them. Unfortunately for Shvayko he hasn't been active recently and hasn't fought since 2010.
Interesting Madaev has already fought Pritula, dropping him 3 times in the contest. The only thing we get from this card is a chance to compare Madaev to Davtaev in regards to how they each cope with Pritula.
The only other Heavywight contest is in Brazil as the stop-or-be-stopped Leonardo De Moura (5-9, 5) takes on a yet to be named opponent for the interim Brazilian Heavyweight title (FNBPB version). Moura, with 14 fights to his name, has lost his last 3 and never gone beyond the second round. Even more astonishingly is the fact he has lost in domestic title fights are both Light Heavyweight and Cruiserweight. We have no idea who will be in the opposite corner but we'll happily bet this one doesn't go the distance!