Jin Hua, China
This coming Tuesday in Chinese we get a small card from Jin Hua. The show, like almost all the Chinese ones recently, are very low quality, but some of the bouts are somewhat interesting.
One of those interesting bouts will see once beaten 29 year old Jiaming Li (3-1, 2) take on the unbeaten 20 year old Yesibolati Nasiyiwula (4-0, 1). Coming in to this Li has been the most active, and this is his 3rd bout in less than 12 months, but he has been fighting at a very low level. The light punching Nasiyiwula will be fighting for the first time since October 2019, and like Li he has been fighting at a low level, but is much younger and hasn't struggled quite as much as Li. On paper both men are stepping up here and they should make for a good test for each other, but it's hard to get too excited about the potential of either fighter.
Another relatively interesting bout here will see the in form Yeerjialahasi Laayibieke (3-2, 2), who has won his last 3, taking on the unbeaten Yi Fan Liu (4-0-1, 4). Neither of these men are expected to go very far, but given that they have 6 stoppages from their combined 7 wins we are hoping for something explosive here. Notably neither men like going rounds and all their stoppages have come in the first 3 rounds, so we expect to see bombs thrown from the off.
The most accomplished fighter on this show is Junlun Zhao (9-1-1-1, 1), who takes on Hongpeng Zhang (5-6-1, 2). Zhao has been a professional since 2015 and last year he was very unlucky against Campee Phayom in Thailand, showing that there is potential there for him to go places. As for Zhang he has failed to score a win in over 2 years and at 33 his career is certainly not going places any time soon.