Despite the general "lack" of action there are two fights that we are certainly interested in, one on each side of the Atlantic.
In the US we get to see the very exciting Constantin Bejenaru (3-0-0-1, 2) attempt to "correct" his no-contest as he rematches Excell Holmes (2-1-1-1, 1). When the two first met, back in May, Bejenaru seemed to be set on scoring a stoppage victory before a clash of heads in the second forced an early stoppage of the bout. This time around we'd be shocked if Bejenaru doesn't punish Holmes for the result of their first meeting and we could well see a 4-round beat down of the highest order.
The other bout of note takes place in the UK as the promising Hughie Fury (8-0, 5) fights for the ninth time in just six months. Fury fights against former British Cruiserweight champion Shane McPhilbin (8-7-1, 5).
Whilst we are "interested" in Fury/McPhilbin we need to be totally honest and admit we're not really looking forward to it as much as some. Sure it's a return to the ring for Fury who looks like he has a lot of promise, sadly it's coming against a man who is 0-5-1 in his last 6 bouts including a draw against the winless James Oliphant last time out. The interesting question here here is "how long will it take Fury to stop McPhilbin?" Our bet is less than 4 rounds.
As well as Fury/McPhilbin we are expecting both Matt Legg (6-1, 2) and Darren Morgan (5-5, 3) both in action in the UK, although neither has yet got an opponent so we'd be shocked if either is up against anyone of note.