The most notable of the bouts was either the main event in Bangkok, Thailand or the main event of a show in Southport, Queensland Australia.
With the Bangkok card being in Thailand, we'll start there as Thailand's experienced Tabtimdaeng Na Rachawat (49-2, 32) successfully defended his PABA Bantamweight title over Filipino Alvin Bais (13-2, 3) in what proved to be an excellent bout. It's fair to say that Tabtimdeang entered the bout as a huge favourite though it didn't take long for Bais to settle into the bout and give the experienced Thai all he could handle.
Unfortunately for Bais it's hard to take a decision in Thailand and it showed on the cards with Tabtimdeang taking a narrow decision in a bout that could very easily have gone the opposite way.
In Australia things weren't as controversial as Japanese Middleweight Shigetaka Yonezawa (7-8-2, 2) was clearly beaten by Les Sherrington (33-6, 19) in a battle for the WBC Asian Boxing Council Middleweight title.
Yonezawa's loss was one of two for Asian's in Australia with Singdet Nonpitayakom (11-15-1, 8) losing a decision to Robbie Bryant (18-2-1, 8).
In Japan we also had a card courtesy of Reason Promotions who put together 10 bouts.
The main event on the Reason show saw Yuki Ogata (19-0-1, 3) taking a clear decision victory over the limited Atsushi Suzuki (8-9-6, 2). The near shut out showed just how mismatched the two men were and there was very little reason for the bout to have even been made in all honesty.
In the co-main features Kentaro Masuda (20-6, 9) and Tsuyoshi Tojo (12-12-3, 2) both did as expected taking decisions victories to maintain their national rankings. Masuda out pointed Yohei Kudo (9-6-1, 4) in a clear decision after Tojo had struggled past Kazuhiro Kitano (7-7, 4).
The undercard was thankfully more competitive than the trio of main event fights. The competitive nature of these bouts was seen best in the majority draw between Yutaka Ekawa (1-2-1) and Atsushi Kudo (1-2-2), though with a majority victory for Marina Isami (1-2) over Kumi Oishi (1-2), and split decisions wins for both Tatsuro Ishikawa (1-0) and Shonosuke Sango (1-0) over fellow debutants Takaya Matsumaru (0-1) and Kosuke Arioka (0-1) it's fair to say the under-card was competitive on the whole.
Of course not every under-card bout was competitive and Hizuki Saso (1-0) shut out Shunsuke Iwasaki (0-1) whilst Renji Ichimura (1-0, 1) took just 28 seconds to stop Shinsuke Hoda (3-5-1, 1) and Yutaka Motoyoshi (3-6, 3) stopped Naoki Nakashima (2-6) in the second round of their bout.