Arguably the most notable bout to feature an Asian comes from Seoul where Hyun Mi Choi (12-0-1, 4) [최현미] returns to the ring to defend her WBA female Super Featherweight title, and look to claim the WBF title, as she takes on South African challenger Unathi Myekeni (10-2-1, 4). This will be Choi's 13th world title bout and sees her return to the ring just a few weeks after defeating Diana Ayala.
In Russia fight fans will be able to see the very exciting Kyrgyzstan born Dmitry Bivol (6-0, 6) fight in his most significant bout to date, as he faces the unbeaten Dominican Felix Valera (13-0, 12) for the WBA “interim” Light Heavyweight title, a title that Valera will be defending for the first time. The bout is a step up in class for Bivol but, given how he's looked so far, he is likely to pass this test with flying colours.
In the US fans get the chance to see Kazakhstan's Beibut Shumenov (16-2, 10) continue his career, as he faces Junior Anthony Wright (15-1-1, 12) for the WBA Cruiserweight title. Sadly due to how late this bout was put together we were unable to preview it, and we have been told that it won't be televised, though looks like a good one on paper.