We'll start with that rematch as David Price (15-1, 13) looks for redemption against American veteran Tony Thompson (37-3, 25). Price was stopped in 2 rounds by Thompson in February in what is still regarded as one of the biggest upsets in boxing this year. Can Price avenge that defeat? We're not as sure as the bookies that's for sure, in fact you can read our preview and prediction of the bout here.
As well as the big rematch Europe is relatively busy in terms of Heavyweight action, especially the always busy Germany where a rather impressive 3 Heavyweight bouts are expected.
The most interesting of the 3 German bouts sees the wonderfully named "Serbian Lion" Adnan Redzovic (10-0, 3) facing Alexander Vasiliev (17-17-2, 8). Although unbeaten Redzovic's opponents have been poor and there is every chance a bout like this could actually be his undoing.
Remaining in Germany there is a bout between Ilja Mesencov, who is making his debut and Iko Dzafic (2-1, 2). We'd side with the debutant here though little is known about him and we also expect Lonja Fanta (3-2, 3) in action though against a yet to be named opponent.
Staying in Europe for a little longer, there is also action in France and Spain.
The action in France sees Omar Bellouati (3-1, 2) taking on Mikael Lopes (3-4). Going in to this bout Lopes appears to be a natural Cruiserweight who likely lacks the power needed to get the respect of Bellouati who really needs to be favoured strongly. Whilst in Spain the unbeaten Spanish based Russian Magomed Azuev (3-0, 2) faces the sturdy journeyman Aleksandrs Selezens (4-13, 2).
The remaining 4 bouts all take place in the US, in fact more accurate than that they all take place on the same show held at the Davis Conference Center, Leyton.
Of the 4 bouts in Leyton the stand out contest (if you can call it that) sees Damian Wills (30-3-1, 23) taking on Henry Namauu (10-6, 5). This will be Wills' first fight in almost 2 years following a decision loss to Oliver McCall though it's a contest he should still be victorious in as he takes on an opponent who has lost 3 of his last 4, with 2 of those losses coming by stoppage.
Wills isn't the only notable name on the card as veteran Billy Zumbrun (25-13-1-1, 15)-who has been in with a mini-who's who, returns to the ring 15 months after being stopped by Ruslan Chagaev. Zumbrun appears to be in very easily as he takes on Donnie Davis (8-26, 6) a fighter who has been stopped 20 times in his 34 fighter career.
The card also features a low level clash between Valente Tinajero (8-4 ,4) and Geovanni Sarran (3-5, 1). Tinajero comes in to the bout winless since 2007 and has lost his last 4 bouts. Sarran may have lost 2 of his last 3 but they came against decent prospects in Vincent Thompson and Alexander Flores and with that in mind he should score a victory here in all honesty.
The unbeaten Adrian Farmer (1-0, 1) will also be on this card as he takes on Eric Bozan (1-2, 1). We're not too sure about how good Farmer will be though after seeing images from his debut we're really hoping he can cut down on his weight (apparently he was 295lbs for his debut late last year). He is described as being a hard hitting "pitbull" though again, we've not managed to see anything of him so can't really comment too much.