The ridiculously busy Yemen scene is probably one of the fastest growing anywhere in world boxing boxing and whilst Ali Raymi is pretty much the only name of note at the moment it doesn't seem like it will take too much longer before others will start to emerge.
This card unfortunately is unlikely to give the next emerging talent from Yemen but should still be an enjoyable even if you're in Sanaa and able to get to the Yemen Boxing Federation Gym.
The event kicks off with 4 bouts scheduled for 4 rounds and then features the same number of bouts scheduled for 10 rounds.
We expect the first bout to be around the Bantamweight division as debutant Akram Jafwi (0-0) takes on Ahmed Nasser (0-1), this is expected to be followed by a bout at Welterweight as both Ismael Elias (0-1) and Younis Dolbhant (0-1) look for their first career victories.
It's then back to the Bantamweight for a bout between Omar Moxamad (1-0) and Ahmad Sabra (0-1) with Sabra returning to the ring for the first time in well over 2 years.
The final bout scheduled for 4 rounds is thought to be a Light Flyweight contests between Mawj Abdulrezak (2-3) and Salem Hasani (0-1). For Abdulrezak this will be his fifth fight of the year, in fact his fifth fight in just over a month, for Hasani it'll be a chance to get his first win on the board.
Over the 10 round distance the Bantamweight division appears to be a busy one with 3 of the 4 contests taking place in or around 118lbs. These bouts will see Luway Jaber (1-2, 1) taking on Hasan Wesabi (1-1); Yasin Abdulkhalik (5-0, 3) facing Khaled Maweri (1-1) and the unbeaten Esayas Dagim (1-0) taking on Esam Aunfi (2-1, 1).
The only non-Bantamweight bout over 10 rounds will see Yaser Ali (3-1, 3) attempt to bounce back from his sole loss as he takes on Mohammad Saleh (2-2). Saleh comes in to this bout on back-to-back losses to Abdu Sameer who incidentally was also the man to defeat Ali/