This coming Friday we see a mini American invasion by a trio of central Asian fighters in Michigan.
One of those Asian fighters is the explosive Bakhtiyar Eyubov (12-0, 10), who looks to continue his unbeaten run as he takes on Mexican veteran Cesar Soriano Berumen (27-35-1, 16). Having started his career 10-0 (10) Eyubov has struggled in his last 2 bouts, going the distance in both, and it's clear that he and his team have realised he needs more rounds under his belt before being pushed. Berumen should provide some rounds, but won't be expected to be much of a threat for the Kazakh.
Unbeaten 28 year old Dimash Niyazov (10-0-3, 4) will risk his unbeaten record against the poor Ramon Guevara (10-24-2, 6), who has been stopped 19 times in his career. Guevara has been out oif the ring for more than 2 years and has just a single win in the last 7 years, showing his lack of quality, and this should be an easy win for Niyazov.
In a better looking contest the 30 year old Serdar Hudayberdiyev (3-0, 2) will take on Antonio Urista (7-2, 2). The Brooklyn based fighter originally Turkmenistan will be ending an 11 month break from the ring and is stepping up in a big way here, to take on someone hungry and tough. Urista has suffered losses in 2 of his last 4, but they were both to unbeaten fighters on the road, in California, and he could be a genuine banana skin for Hudayberdiyev