Unfortunately the schedule for today is rather sketchy in terms of verified details, thankfully Thai Channel 7 appear to be televising a card from Thailand.
Sadly we're not great at Thai and the only thing we've managed to get from the show is that former Thai amateur great Amnat Ruenroeng (10-0, 4) will be defending his IBF Asia Flyweight title.
Ruenroeng a former Olympian and former World Championship bronze medal winner appears to have been matched pretty toughly for someone who is only a 13 month professional so we'd be hoping that he'll be in a decent contest here.
Unfortunately we're not aware of who Ruenroeng will be fighting or any details of the undercard.
We're also expecting a show from Yemen with 8 contests.
The Yemen show is expected to open up with debutants in action as Fuad Aidrus (0-0) faces fellow debutant Fahmi Roeni (0-0). This will be in one of 6 bouts scheduled for the 4 distance with Hamdan Jaber (0-1) taking on Halim Dolbhante in (0-1) the second.
The other bouts scheduled for 4 rounds see Bahr Slyman (1-2) facing Abdu Akhfash (0-1), debutant Saber Wareeth (0-0) battling Hamed Al Bukhaiti (0-1), Othman Qasim (4-1, 1) fighting Sameer Raymi and Abdu Sameer (4-1) looking for a victory over Salem Khamees (0-1).
The two 10 round bouts see Saeed Asam (1-2, 1) in action against Khaled Sulaym (1-1, 1) and Alwan Hawshabi (3-1, 1) battling Moxamad Abdu (3-1, 2). It's obvious that the Hawshabi/Abdu bout is the shows highlight fight though we'd not be shocked if at least 1 other bout saw something unexpected.
The month ends on yet another busy day with action in Japan, Thailand and Yemen.
The most notable single bout seems likelt to occur in Thailand as WIBA Light Flyweight champion Samson Tor Buamas (29-3, 14) is expected to defend her title. Her opponent is yet to be named though it's always a joy to see Samson in action.
Whilst the key bout is in Thailand it's fair to say the biggest card is in Japan as the Korakuen Hall hosts 10 bouts from the "East Rookie of the Year" tournament.
The show in Japan kicks off with a minimumweight bout between Masaaki Okubo (3-1, 1) and Tsukada Naoyuki (3-0, 2). This looks like a very promising match up between two men wanting to make a name for themselves and claiming the "East Rookie of the Year" would be a good way to do that.
In the Light Flyweight division we have 3 contests as Tomoyuki Kaneko (4-1, 2) takes on Ohta Teru (unfortunately we are struggling to track down his record), Yuta Sakai (1-4) faces an opponent that we've got to admit we're unsure about and we think Mao Hoshino (3-8-1) fights Rei Ochiai (1-1-2).
In the sole Flyweight bout Katsunori Shimooki (2-2-1) battles Naoto Takanashi (3-6-1, 2). Interestingly Takanashi is winless in 4 bouts dating back over a year whilst Shimooki is on a 3 fight lose-less streak.
The only Super Flyweight bout appears to be Uko Nonami (2-0-1, 1) against the unbeaten Jo Tanooka (4-0-3). Tanooka appears unable to make a fight easy for himself.
The show also has 2 Bantamweight bouts on the card with the 19 year old Yamato Nakagawa (4-2, 2) taking on the 20 year old Yuki Arai (2-1) and Yukichi Hara (3-2, 1) faces Ryosuke Hayase (3-0).
At Super Bantamweight Takahiro Shibata (4-1-1, 1) will fight Naoto Fujimoto (3-2-1, 1). The final bout on the show will see Light Welterweight Yuki Nagano (1-1, 1) taking on Minoru Iizuka (2-0, 2).
All of those Japanese bouts will take place over the 4 round distance.
The card in Yemen, which we actually epect to take place first, has 7 bouts on it as the Yemeni domestic scene continues to be an oddly busy one.
The most notable bout on the Yemen card sees Yasin Abdulkhalik (4-0, 3) fighting Moxamad Abdu (2-0, 1) in a Super Bantamweight contest. This is one of two 10 round contests on the card with the other seeing Ali Sanabani (2-1, 1) fighting Asam Dolbhante (2-0).
The remaining 5 bouts on the card are all scheduled for 4 rounds as Abdelsamid Sameer (1-0) takes on Mohammad Saleh (2-0) in a Light Welterweight contest, Ali Salem (2-0, 1) facing Esam Aunfi (1-0, 1) in bout at Bantamweight, Othman Qasim (2-0) taking on Khaled Sulaym (1-0, 1), Yaser Ali (1-0, 1) taking on Khaled Munasar (0-1), who is incidentally the only man in 4 round contests with a loss, and Yasir Shadhili (1-0) taking on Khaldun Salami (1-0) in a Super Middleweight contest.