The currently listed Japanese card appears to be incomplete featuring just a solitary bout Ryosuke Kinoshita (8-8-1, 2) looks to extend a 3 fight winning streak. In his way stands Yusuke Usui (12-11-2, 5) who himself takes in to the ring a 5 fight unbeaten streak.
Although the bout isn't one that will set pulses racing internationally it should actually be a very evenly matched bout and could end up being a solid bout.
In Australia we get the usual mismatches that are becoming common down there. Featured in those bouts in Australia are an appearance by Yakub Ton (4-8, 2) who takes on Ozan Craddock (3-0, 3) and Ton's compatriot Rivo Rengkung (30-14-5, 10) who faces Brett William Smith (15-2-1, 7). Although Rengkung has an impressive looking record he has been unable to score a single win outside of Indonesia in 11 attempts.
It's not just the Indonesian pair that will be in action in Australia but also Thai Dennapa Bigshotcamp (12-25-3, 4) who faces Jason Kanofski (17-7-3, 3). Bigshotcamp has been stopped in his last 2 fights, both in Australia and it would be far from a shock to see that become a trio of stoppage defeats.
Arguably the most bizarre bout of the day is the professional debut of Shahin Adygezalov (0-0). Born in Calilabad, Azerbaijan though based in Russia, Adygezalov will make his debut in Abuja, Nigeria.