One of those prospects is American based Polish born Adam Kownacki (5-0, 5) whofaces arguably his toughtest test since turning professional. After taking out his first 5 opponents in just 11 rounds he now faces Excell Holmes (2-2-1-1, 1) who hasn't been stopped. Whilst not a good "test" as such this will allow us to compare Kownacki to Moldovan prospect Constantin Bejenaru who took a 4 round deicison over Holmes last year.
In the UK we have 3 unbeaten Heavyweight prospects in action. The most experienced of those is Scottish giant Gary Cornish (17-0, 9) who will look to extend his winning run as he faces Tibor Balogh (13-3-2, 9). With Balogh losing 2 of his last 3 this appears to be a safe "step up" for Cornish who is being moved along very slowly due to his lack of amateur experience, we do however have doubts on just where his ceiling will actually be and can't imagine him getting to British level if we're being honest.
Another Brit in action is the big punching David Allen (5-0, 3) who will b looking to make light work of the imported Plamen Nikolov (1-1-1, 1) from Bulgaria. We're not sure if this will tell us anything about Allen though we do expect him to win pretty easily.
One British fighter we do expect to learn something about is the gigantic Adam Machaj (3-0, 3) who will be fighting against Croatia's Hrvoje Kisicek (6-8, 1) who of course went the distance with Hughie Fury and was stopped in 2 by Anthony Joshua. We're expecting Machaj to go somewhere between the two and stop Kisicek but take more than 2 rounds to do it.
There is also two bouts in the Czech Republic. One of these will see the win-less Josef Kuricaj (0-17) trying to end his awful run as he battles the debuting Ante Verunica (0-0) whilst the other will see experienced "professional loser" Martin Stensky (1-29, 1) fighting Ladislav Sasi (0-0). Wtih 28 stoppage losses against him, we're expecting Stensky so fall over again here unfortunately even though his opponent is a debutant.