Wanju, South Korea
In Wanju Korean fans will get two shows both under the auspices of the KBF. One of those will be a rookie card, of which we're lacking details but do know of it's existence. The other is a card headlined by a female world title bout.
The female world title bout will see WIBA Light Flyweight champion Su Yun Hong (11-1-1, 5) face Thailand's Namwaan Sithpracha (7-1, 4) in what looks a good match up on paper. It does need to be said however that Namwaan hasn't beaten an opponent with a single win and is unlikely to claim a win here.
Also on this card will be Filipino fighters Ernie Sanchez (14-6-1, 5) and Christine Latube (1-6-2) who will be faking Ji-Hoon Cha (1-3) and Chan-Mi Lim (0-1) respectively.
Yangju, South Korea
A third card in Korea, this time a KBC show, will feature a number of novices.
For us the most interesting bout on the card will see Woo Min Kim (1-1-1) battle against Korean based Canadian Andrew (0-1), who was spectacularly knocked out by Jin Soo Kim back in May, in what we still have as a KO of the year contender.
A bout between unbeaten fighters will see Hyun Min Gang (1-0, 1) take on Sung Koo Han (0-0-1) in an interesting looking 4 rounder
Earlier this month we saw one of Indonesia's shining lights, Iwan Zoda, claim a major win. Now we get the chance to see another of the countries few exciting prospect in action as Tibo Monabesa (7-0, 3) faces the experienced Ichal Tobida (12-15, 8). This is a good test for Monabesa, who is already a 2-weight champion champion in Indonesia, and hopefully a win here will see him begin to move beyond domestic level.
Another bout on this card will see Waldo Sabu (6-2, 1) face Thailand's Keanpetch Manoprungroj (4-4, 2) in a 10 round bout. Sabu was last seen, according to boxrec.com, last October beating Rasmanudin in what looked like a good win at the time, though Rasmanudin has since gone 1-4, with 3 stoppage losses and appears to be a totally spent force.
The Manado card is one of two cards from Indonesia with the other taking place in Jakarta.
The most notable bout on this card is a bout between veterans as local veteran Falazona Fidal (25-43-1, 8) takes on well traveled Thai Khunkhiri Wor Wisaruth (21-12-1, 14). On paper it's easy to back the Thai, who at least has a winning record, but he has won just 1 of his last 4, against a win-less fighter. Khunkiri has the better record but it is a very padded records and hasn't got many wins of note.
Another bout that caught our eye from this card will see the debuting Mark Scheide (0-0) battle former English Cricketer Adam Hollioake (2-2, 1). Hollioake, who previously played international level cricket for England, will be fighting for the first time outside of his adopted Australia. This will be one of three Heavyweight bouts on this card.
Gauteng, South Africa
In South Africa fans will get the chance to see Kazakhstan's exciting Roman Zhailauov (15-0, 9) take on the interesting challenger of Thompson Mokwana (20-10-1, 12). On paper this looks a good step up bout for the Kazakh though one he should make successfully given that Mokwana has lost his last two and not won a bout since December 2013. Although not the best fighter Mokwana has only been stopped once and may have the toughness to test the Kazakh Kid.
There is also set to be a card in the Philippines, albeit a very low level one.
The most notable bout on the card will the once beaten JR Magboo (16-1-2, 7) attempt to bounce back from his first loss as he takes on the experienced but limited Richard Garcia (25-22-1, 7). This is an easy ask for Magboo who was narrowly beaten by Jhon Gemino last December and Garcia shouldn't pose any threat at all.
One other bout of note will see Vincent Bautista (3-2-3, 1) go up against Oliver Gregorio (9-5-2, 5) in what looks to be a well matched, though low level, bout. Both guys have marks on their record but both should bring it here and provide a great 10 rounds of action.