In Seoul we'll get a small BoxingM.
The headline bout from the show will see former world champion Yong Soo Choi (30-4-1, 20) fight in his second bout since making his comeback to the sport. The Korean veteran will be up against Filipino Nelson Tinampay (11-3-1, 5) in a bout for the WBC EPBC silver Lightweight title. For Tinampay, the much younger fighter, the bout is a chance to make a name for himself whilst Choi will be looking to leave another mark on the sport more than 20 years after claiming the WBA Super Featherweight title.
This card will also feature a couple of Korean Welterweight bouts, as a Korean tournament moves into it's semi final stages. One of those will see the 6'2" Ji Soo Jung (2-0, 1) battle against the 5'9" Kwang Min Choi (2-0, 1), in what could look like a rather peculiar bout between men with a 5” height difference between the two men.
One other bout of note on this card will see promising puncher Hyun Min Yang (3-0, 3) take on Jae Hyuk Shin (2-0, 1) in a clash of unbeatens.
In the Philippines fans see a small card in Quezon.
The card is headlined by a bout between former OPBF title challenger Felipe Cagubcob Jr (6-3-5, 2) and Ryan Rey Ponteras (18-11-1, 9). On paper this doesn't look that attractive but the reality is that both of these men are interesting fighters. Although Cagucob was stopped by Daigo Higa he did show some ability and Ponteras has won his last 5, and proven to be a handful in the past with a controversial DQ loss to Go Onaga and a stoppage win over Rusalee Samor being genuinely notable results.
Another man of note on this card is former world title challenger Rommel Asenjo (31-5, 23) who takes a stay busy bout against compatriot JC Francisco (6-13-6, 2). This should be a mismatch in favour of Asenjo but the 2-time world title challenger has been in tough before and it's worth wondering just how long his career will go on. Asenjo might be 28 years old but in boxing he's an old 28.