Robinson's Galleria, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines
Cebu City plays host to a small but notable card from Big Yellow Boxing Promotion, headlined by a minor regional title and featuring one or two fighters of some note.
The main event will see 23 year old fighters clash as Carlo Demecillo (12-5-1, 6) takes on the once beaten Junrel Jimenez (8-1-1, 5) for the WBO Asia Pacific Youth Bantamweight title. Of the two it's Demecillo who is more well known, with bouts against the likes of Satoshi Shimizu and Hisashi Amagasa. Jimenez, although less well known, cannot be over-looked here and he he has stopped of his 4 opponents since suffering his sole loss almost 3 years ago. This should be a very good bout.
Former Demecillo foe Virgel Vitor (13-2, 7) will feature in a confidence building bout, as he takes on Jeffrey Stella (4-7-3, 4). Vitor was stopped last time out, by Mark Anthony Geraldo and is clearly looking to get back in the win column here against an opponent who should be over-matched.
Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
As well as the Filipino card we also have a Japanese card, which will make up part of the 2019 East Japanese Rookie of the Year tournament. Originally there was 11 bouts scheduled for this show, but there's been 3 cancellations since leaving us a few bouts down.
Of the bouts that remain the standout contest appears to be the Bantamweight clash between Azusa Takeda (3-0, 3) and Yu Kasahara (2-0, 2). Between them they have fought just 10 rounds and have a combined 3 opening round wins, so this certainly should be explosive and exciting!
Another one to watch on this card is Featherweight hopeful Daiki Imanari (2-0, 2), who takes on Seiya Yamaguchi (3-4-1, 2). This will be Imanari's first bout against someone with a big or experience but he's still going to be expected to pick up the win and move a step towards the All Japan Rookie of the Year final in December