The most notable of the 8 men in action is Hunter Sam (9-2-2, 4) who we view as a very good and often over-looked fighter. Sam, sadly, seems to be the A side in a mismatch as he takes on novice Jarad Treloar (1-3) who we expect will be stopped well inside the 10 scheduled rounds.
Although we view Sam as the most notable fighter others would argue that honour belongs to veteran Lawrence Tauasa (33-9-1, 21) who is by far the most experienced man on the card. Tauasa takes on novice Thomas Peato (1-0) in a bout scheduled for 8 rounds. This will be Peato's first bout in 13 months.
The remaining bouts are both all-debutant affairs and will see Chris McCung (0-0) battle Jamie Mumberson (0-0) in one of them and Rhys Hynes (0-0) sharing the ring with Clayton Tierney (0-0) in the other.