We're unsure on the full Thai card though we suspect that Amnat Ruenroeng (11-0, 5) will be defending his IBF Asia Flyweight title in the main event. This will be the third title defense for Ruenroeng who won the inaugural title earlier this year.
Thankfully despite so few details on the Thai card, which will be televised on Thai Channel 7, we do have plenty of details from the Filipino card which will take place at the Makati Cinema Square Boxing Arena, Makati City and feature 6 contests.
This Filipino card is expected to open up with Antonio Melencion (1-3-1) facing a yet to be named opponent in a 4 round contest. This is one of three bouts scheduled for the shortest distance with the unbeaten Joel Taduran (2-0) fighting JR Florendo (2-1) and Roberto Santa Ana (0-1) fighting the debuting Kenneth Lacdang (0-0).
As well as a trio of 4 round bouts we also expect a trio of 6 round contests. These are expected to be Jayson Nicart (1-2, 1) fighting fellow novice Jestoni Autida (0-1), Jerron Talaman (2-4, 2) battling Junard Postrano (7-3, 2) and Ruben Traza (3-4-2, 1) taking on Orlan Vasquez (8-1, 1) who will be looking to bounce back from the first defeat of his professional career.