The action starts in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania as the twice beaten John Lennox (11-2, 5) takes on journeyman Joseph Rabotte (11-24-1, 3). With Rabotte taking an 8 fight losing streak in to this bout it's hard to see Lennox not winning, though it's also hard to imagine Lennox making any sort of a run of his own against any sort of decent opponents.
Going west to Metairie, Louisiana Bobby O'Bannon (10-5, 10) takes on Terrance Marbra (6-3, 5). With Marbra taking a 3 fight losing streak (and 4 losses in his last 5) in to this bout it's unlikely he'll test O'Bannon though with O'Bannon himself having 4 stoppage losses this genuinely looks like a shoot out. Do not be shocked if this one ends very early one way or another.
Going further west to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma we see Ty Cobb (16-3, 9) facing the infamous Richard Dawson (3-1, 2). Cobb will go in this bout as the clear favourite despite being 37 years old. He may have 2 stoppage losses against his name but Cobb's 2 most losses have come to Chazz Witherspoon and Deontay Wilder both of whom are decent fighters(with Wilder having the potential to be much more than just "decent". Despite be the under-dog many fans, especially those in Britain, will know more about Dawson than Cobb, with Dawson having been the opponent for Freddie Flintoff's boxing debut. Dawson may have lost to Flintoff but did surprisingly put the Cricket star on his backside before being out pointed last November.
If we continue west to California we get the final 2 Heavyweight bouts of the night.
The first of those sees the unbeaten Charles Martin (7-0-1, 7) facing Joshua Clark (2-1-2, 2). This will be Martin's second bout since unexpectedly drawing with Alvaro Morales and although he'll go into this as the favourite Clark is a serious banana skin (just as Jonathan Hamm from the main event, who was stopped by Clark earlier this year).
After the Martin/Clark bout Jonathan Hamm (6-1, 5) will take on Andrae Carthron (6-9-2-1, 1) in a 6 round contest. Hamm has scored 2 successive victories since being stopped by Joshua Clark, but he's certainly not as promising as his record would indicate.