There's not much happening this Saturday, as the sport still tries to find it's feet for the new year, however we do have a card in China, which has got an interesting main main event, and a bunch of novices on the under-card.
We won't really touch on the under-card here, because it really is just 4 rounders with novices, but the main event is genuinely interesting and sees unbeaten local Kai Huang (6-0, 3) take on once beaten Korean visitor Tae San Kil (8-1, 4) in a bout scheduled for 8 rounds at Super Middleweight. The 26 year old Huang has never gone beyond 4 rounds but will be expected to go longer here against a Korean who travels looking to secure a third win since losing to Cruiserweight Hyun Tae Bae back in December 2018. The 32 year old Kil is likely to be able to take the best Huang has, and will ask questions of whether Huang has a plan B or not. We see this as a very interesting 8 rounder here.