The most exciting of the match ups, at least in terms of what the bout means, comes all the way from Mexico where the exciting Min Wook Kim (11-1, 8) will resurface for his first bout in more than 18 months. The exciting Kim, a former OPBF Light Welterweight champion, will be up against Lizandro De los Santos (22-12, 9) in what looks like a bout made to shake off some rust with the intention of moving on quickly an attempting to move towards a world title. From the training footage we've seen of Kim he's looking ready to resume what was once a really exciting and promising career and we hope he'll manage to get back on the fast track following this bout.
Western Australia, Australia
In Western Australia fans get two title bouts involving Filipino fighters. On paper the more even of those two bouts will see Benjie Suganob (9-3-1, 5) battle against Brandon Ogilvie (9-1, 3) in a bout for the WBO Asia Pacific Youth Super Featherweight title. Suganob has lost 2 of his last 4 bouts but can spring the off upset, as he did in April 2012 when he stopped Rey Juntilla. Ogilvie is on a good run with 4 straight wins, including a KO against Jerope Mercado though will need to make sure not to take risks considering there are question marks about his chin.
The other bout here will see the once beaten 20 year old Lloyd Jardeliza (6-1-3, 5) take on Nathaniel May (9-1, 5) in a bout for the WBO Asia Pacific Youth Featherweight title. This has potential to be an explosive encounter though one where, again, the Filipino fighter will be seen as the under-dog.
Seoul, South Korea
In South Korea fans get the chance to see an interesting looking female title bout as the light hitting Ji-Hye Woo (14-2, 1) attempts to claim the WIBA Featherweight title as she battles unbeaten Thai Wanphen Sithpracha (9-0, 3). This will be Wanphen's first bout against an opponent with a win however Woo hasn't looked good in recent bouts and only just managed to notch up wins against Xu Chan Yan and Jennifer Han in her last 2 bouts.