What we never expected was that Yemen would be one of the major talking points on here. That's not a complaint, merely a statement as we get yet another Yemeni card.
As with many of the other shows in Sanaa this one will be headlined by cult fighter Ali Raymi (16-0, 16) who will be seeking his 17th straight KO over an unbeaten opponent as he takes on Omar Awdan (8-0, 4). Amazingly if Raymi can get Awdan out of there inside a round he'll be just 2 fights from tying Tyrone Brunson's world record for most successive opening round KO's.
As well as Raymu/Awdan we expect at least two other contests.
The details we have of the show will see unbeatens colliding as Fati Ansi (2-0) fights Amr Ammari (2-0) in the the Super Bantamweight division and Faisal Fittini (1-0, 1) battles Sam Iwuji (1-0) in a Cruiserweight contest.
Whilst there is 3 bouts featuring unbeaten men, lets be honest, only one will take the headlines, not matter what happens in the other contests.