In the middle of the month we'll admit we were looking forward to October 31st with the promising of a WBA flyweight unification bout between Thailand's Yodmongkol Vor Saengthep, the WBA interim champion, and Argentina's Juan Carlos Reveco, the regular champion. That bout however was cancelled when Reveco suffered an injury. The day may have lost it's most interesting bout but still has plenty to offer.
Although Thai fans have missed out on a world title fight they will still get title action as the unbeaten WBA Asia Super Featherweight champion Kaewfah Tor Buamas (17-0, 11) defends his belt. We're unsure who Kaewfah is fighting though we have a feeling it could be limited Indonesian Tony Arema (3-5) in what would be an horrific mismatch, though we are used to seeing those in Thailand, sadly.
The rest of the card is a mystery to us though we have been informed that it will be on Channel 11 in Thailand.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
In Dubai we get an another card that seems more mysterious than it really should. This card is to be headlined by a Light Heavyweight contest between Faris Chevalier (6-1, 4) and Sajjad Mehrabi (13-0-2, 1) though it's not a bout that really interests us. Another contest on this card will feature the talented but light hitting Nasser Al Harbi (16-1-1, 2), sadly his opponent has yet to be named.
Ulsan, South Korea
The day of mystery takes another turn with a South Korean card that we can't see listed on the Korean Boxing Federation website.
This show is to be headlined by a 10 round contest between Jung-Hoon Yang (8-6, 2) and novice professional Ma-Roo Jung (2-2-1). This bout is apparently a contest for the South Korean Welterweight title with Yang defending his title. We're unsure if this bout is as advertised on boxrec but if it is then it will Yang's first fight following his failed OPBF title tilt earlier this year in a bout that saw him being stopped by Yoshihiro Kamegai.
The rest of this card is very much low level stuff with little to really get excited about
In Russia fans will get the chance to see the unbeaten and world ranked Murat Gassiev (18-0, 12) battling against Engin Karakaplan (12-4-1, 5) for the vacant IBF Inter-Continental Cruiserweight title. Gassiev is one of a number of Russian Cruiserweights who is making his mark on the world scene and whilst a win here won't push him to a world title fight it will help his world ranking with the IBF. Although IBF champion Yoan Pablo Hernandez is a decent fighter we do think that Gassiev would have a half shot against him if he can open that door for 2015.
In Australia fans will see Jack Asis (31-18-5, 16) battle against the hard hitting but chinny Isaias Santos Sampaio (19-8, 19) in a battle for the vacant WBA Oceania Super Featherweight title. Asis, originally from the Philippines, may not have a hugely impressive looking record but has gone 10-0-1 in his last 11 and should have more than enough to beat Brazilian visitor Sampaio.