In the Philippines fans will get the chance to watch a WBF Asia Pacific Lightweight title bout as the once beaten Nelson Tinampay (9-1-1, 4) battles countryman Jonel Gadapan (10-8-2, 6). It's hard to see anything but a Tianmpay win but we're unsure how good he really is Gadapan however has mixed in good company, though has regularly come up short.
Gangwon, South Korea
Staying in Asia there will be a host of action coming from Korea where the KBC will be sanctioning a multi-title show.
The main event of the card will see WBA Asia Middleweight champion Eun Chang Lee (9-4, 5) defending his title against South Korean national champion Joon Yong Lee (5-3-3, 3), in what will be a unification bout. Both men will be looking to record their first defense of the title's whilst also unifying belts for the first time in their career.
The other title fights, according to the KBC website, will see the Korean 140lb and 147lb titles being fought for.
In the Netherlands fans will get the chance to see Azeri fighter Bakhtiyar Isgandarzada (10-7, 3) battle against unbeaten Dutchman Somay Bilal (5-0, 3). The 32 year old from Baku has struggled in the last 4 years, going 2-6, and it's likely he'll add another defeat here to a promising 23 year old.
Staying on the road, fans in the US will get the chance to see Azeri Middleweight Farid Aghayev (2-0-1, 2) battle against Hakeem Atkinson (1-1, 1).