Unfortunately whilst the Heavyweight division isn't on ice the action isn't all that exciting and the biggest bout of the day is a rematch between the 49 year old Billy Wright (43-4, 34) and Saul Farah (46-17-3, 40). The first bout between the two men, fought back in 2012, saw Wright stopping Farah in 2 rounds and we'd be shocked if this one went much further. Both men can punch but neither really takes a shot very well and at a combined age of 82 we don't think either man has the tank to even dream about this one going long especially not in the heat of Bolivia.
The Wright/Farah bout has a number of regional title attached to it though at the end of the day the titles for that bout just add a bit of glitz. In Brazil we get a title bout about national pride as somewhat suspect Adilson Da Silva Santos (6-3, 3) battles the hopeless Adilson Nolli (1-12, 1), who has been stopped in all 12 of his losses. This Brazilian title fight will do little to convince people that Brazilian boxing is on the up, despite the talent of the Falcao brothers.
In another country not known for boxing, Fiji, fans will get the chance to see Mosese Kavika (16-18-2, 10) battle against Napoleon Taumoepeau (2-1, 2) in a bout that might mean something to the fighters but outside of Fiji it's a complete nothing contest. In fact the major question about this contest is whatever happened to Petero Qica, who twice stopped Kavika. Qica seemed like an interesting prospect back in 2011 though has seemingly vanished off the boxing world in recent years.
In Germany there are two Heavyweight bouts scheduled. One of those is a dreadful mismatch as Burak Sahin (4-0, 4) battles Zoltan Jerousek (1-1, 1). The 23 year old Sahin does look like he has some talent but the match making for him is awful and questions do need to be asked of his team who are simply not preparing him for when he does face an opponent who will hit him back.
The other bout in Germany is almost as welcome in the old folks home as the Bolivian bout. This one will see the 48 year old Ratko Draskovic (30-10-2, 18), who debuted back in 1990, taking on Georgian fighter, and former Light Heavyweight, Levan Jomardashvili (33-13, 22). Aged 25 it's hard not to favour Jomardashvili but it's also difficult to consider this a serious contest.
In the USA we expect to see the big hitting Donnie Palmer (4-0-1, 4) in action though his opponent has yet to be named. We'd be very shocked if he was facing anything but a light touch opponent to further enhance his record.