Speaking of Finland, lets start there as Janne Katajisto (14-1-1, 7), the man dubbed "The Finnish Butterbean", takes on journeyman Sandor Balogh (3-30-4, 1). This is likely little more than a record padding victory for Katajisto who is looking to rebuild following a loss in March to Arnold Gjergjaj.
Staying in Europe the unbeaten and somewhat touted Michael Wallisch (9-0, 6) looks to extend his unbeaten run as he takes on Alexander Kahl (18-9-1, 16). The 27 year old Wallisch is tipped by some to become a contender in the near future. Sadly Kahl, who has been blasted out in the opening round of his last 2 bouts, probably won't tell us anything new about Wallisch.
In the UK, British fans in London's "York Hall", can be treat to a decent Heavyweight double header. The bouts on offer see the exciting Ian Lewison (7-2-1, 4) taking on Colin Kenna (17-12-3, 7) and the returning Tom Dallas (16-3, 12) facing Tomas Mrazek (7-41-6, 5). It's hard to go against the fighters with winning records but both of them should see some rounds of action.
In Kenya we also get a double header as Morris Okola (1-0) takes on Mustapha Noor (0-21-3) and Bernard Adie (9-1, 5) faces Robert Ochung (0-14). We'd be very surprised if either Okola or Ochung managed to claim their first wins here.
Over in the states there are 6 Heavyweight bouts.
The most interesting of the bouts stateside sees the unbeaten Joshua Tufte (12-0, 6) taking on Jonte Willis (9-5-1, 3). This bout will see Tufte making the first defense of his NABA USA Heavyweight title and United States Boxing Organisation Heavyweight title and whilst on paper he has to be favoured Willis is much better than his record shows.
Another notable bout in the US sees gate keeper Nicolai Firtha (20-10-1, 8) taking on the highly experienced Robert Hawkins (23-21, 7). We'd expect Firtha to come out with a victory here though it's still a solid match up at the lower levels.
The remaining 4 bouts in the US are hardly notable. In Iowa Gabe Martin (1-0) is taking on Alex Rozman (1-1, 1) and debutant Eric Cason (0-0) takes on Jerry Simpson (3-17-1, 2). Things aren't any more exciting in Maryland as Glenn Thomas (0-1) fights the debuting Devin Miner (0-0) or even in West Virginia as Jon Hill (5-2, 4) takes on the debuting George Oiler (0-0).
Outside of the US, but staying around that part of the world, there is a very interesting contest as Carlos Cotto (3-0, 3) takes on the debuting Carlos Claudio (0-0). Some in Puerto Rico are talking up the potential of Cotto due to the way he has started his career though at 33 he'll have to be fast tracked quickly if he's going to really make a mark on the sport.