The card in Asia, well Thailand to be precise, is televised thanks to Thailand TV 9 (AKA "Modernine") and features at least 4 bouts.
The main event of the Thai card sees Tiger Tor Buamas (13-0, 11) defending his interim WBC Asian Boxing Council bantamweight title for the 3rd time as he takes on Richard Garcia (24-15-1, 6). The 27 year old Thai is a genuine talent but will need to be at his best to beat Garcia who is much better than his record indicates.
As well as Tiger Tor Buamas the card also features 3 of his stable mates including talented female Samson Tor Buamas (28-3, 14) who, despite being the WIBA Minimumweight champion is fighting in a none title bout against Saosukhothai Sorkor Peera (0-0).
The other two bouts, both scheduled for 6 rounds see unbeaten pair Pharanpetch Tor Buamas (10-0, 8) and Saengthong Tor Buamas (3-0, 3) both hoping to add another win to their records. Saengthong will be facing Thepyothin Sithdabnid (0-1) whilst Pharanpetch will be going up against Suor Carryboy (8-7-1, 4).
Uzbek Olim Nazarov (10-1, 7) returns to the Ukraine, the country where he picked up his sole defeat, to face the unbeaten Oleg Malynovskyy (7-0, 2). On paper this looks like an excellent match up and the winner should be expected to go on to the next level.
Nazarov is joined on his travels the Ukraine by compatriots Bahrom Payozov (21-2, 15) and Hokim Karimov (3-1, 2). Payozov, who fights in the main event, faces the world ranked Victor Postol (22-0, 0) in what looks to be a pretty competitive bout on paper. Sadly for Payozov his most recent loss, a stoppage at the hands of Dejan Zlaticanin, doesn't bode well for this bout.
Karimov on the other hand seems to have half a chance at picking up a victory as he takes on Ilya Prymak (4-0, 4) who has a solid looking record but has yet to face any sort of an opponent (his 4 opponents went in with a combined record of 0-1).