November 16th hasn't been picked with huge profile bouts however there have been some very interesting ones over the last 40 or so years, some of which have been interesting and notable as opposed to huge.
The first of those came in 1974 when Thailand's Saensak Muangsurin made his professional debut in front of 15,000 fans. Muangsurin, one of the top Muay Thai fighters of his era, destroyed Filipino fighter Rudy Barro inside a round to announce himself to professional boxing in style. The hammer fisted Thai didn't land much but what he landed really counted and a single right hand almost 2 minutes into the bout sent Barro down for the count in spectacular fashion. Just 8 months later Muangsurin would become a world champion whilst fighting in just his third professional bout, a then unequalled world record which took almost 40 years to tie!
Exactly a decade after Muangsurin's debut we saw Filipino fighter Donny Boy Penalosa successfully defend the IBF Light Flyweight title as he over-came the previously undefeated Jum Hwan Choi with a 15 round decision. This was Penalosa's second fight since winning inaugural title the previous december with a 13th round stoppage against Satoshi Shingaki. The Filipino would vacate the belt in late 1986 to move up to the Flyweight division where he again claimed an IBF title. A little more than 2 years after this fight Choiu won the title that Penalosa vacated by over-coming compatriot Cho-Woon Park, he would later claim the WBC Minimumweight title with a 12th round TKO against Napa Kiatwanchai in what was his penultimate bout.
In 1996 German based Uzbekistan boxer Artur Grigorian recorded his second defence of the WBO Lightweight title as he dominated the very experienced Marty Jakubowski. The bout was nigh on a shut out by the champion who would continue to defend the belt until he met Brazilian great Acelino Freitas in 2004.