The highest profile bout of the weekend comes from the US where fans get the chance to see the third meeting between Filipino icon Manny Pacquiao (57-6-2, 38) and American Timothy Bradley (33-1-1-1, 13). At the moment the men are officially 1-1 when facing each other, though the series really should be 2-0 to Pacquiao, though what makes this bout bigger than the rivalry is the fact that's expected to be Pacquiao's final bout. Interestingly it's Pacquiao's first bout since his loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr and his first since recent comments about regarding gay marriage, both things that could hurt the profile and attention of this bout.
Dangjin, South Korea
In Korea fans get a really deep novice show courtesy of a KBF Rookie of the Year card.
Originally the main event of this card was set see former world champion Yong Soo Choi (29-4-1, 19) return to the ring, at the age of 43, to face Kazuya Nakano (9-5-1, 7), however this bout has been delayed by a week.
In Australia fans will get the chance to see several Thai's in action.
One of those bouts will see Anrey Onesongchaigym (8-3-1, 3) battle against popular Australian Shannon O'Connell (11-4-1, 6) for the WBC Silver female Super Bantamweight title. The Australian is best known by some for her world title challenger against Hyun Mi Choi, almost 3 years ago, since that bout O'Connell has struggled going 4-2-1 though has faced some very competition during that run. Anrey on the other hand has lost 2 of her last 3, and hasn't scored a win of any note so far.
Another female bout will see Hongfah Tor Buamas (19-5, 2) take on the talented Susie Ramadan (23-2, 8). Hongfah's record is less than stellar, but she has gone 15-1 in her last 16 with her only loss during that run being a stoppage to the fantastic Ava Knight. Ramadan is the clear favourite here but at 36, and with more than a year of inactivity, she probably isn't the fighter she once was.
Another Thai on this card is Napaporn Ruengsuwan (0-0) who will be facing Cherneka Johnson (0-0)