Of the 3 bouts the most well matched appears to be the opening bout on the show, a bout that sees the debuting Marco Monarco (0-0) fighting against novice James Porter (1-2) in a 4 rounder. We've got to admit we don't know much about either man but novice against novice is at least even on paper.
In a 6 round bout, albeit rounds scheduled for 2 minutes, we're expecting more novices with the unbeaten Willie Nasio (1-0, 1) taking on Anthony Fowler (4-5, 2). Nasio's debut lasted just 103 seconds and he's expected to be back out in April if he wins here. With that in mind Fowler has clearly been brought in to lose.
The highest profile Heavyweight bout on the show will see the one time world ranked Bowie Tupou (23-3, 16) fighting against American Nick Guivas (7-1-2, 5). On paper this looks like Tupou is fighting a credible puncher who is fairly decent even if he lacks experience and in fact Guivas's one loss was a split decision. Unfortunately however Guivas really hasn't fought anyone of any note and it's hard to see him getting past "Bo" here especially when you consider the fact he's had to travel so far for the fight an has never fought anyone half as good as Tupou.