In the Philippines fans will be able to get action in Saragani where we have have several low level bouts.
On paper the main event seems to be a huge mismatch between Richie Mepranum (30-4-1, 7) and Marjhun Tabamo (8-8-4, 2). We really can't see anything but a win by Mepranum, who has fought at world level before, and actually holds a notable win over Hernan Marquez. For Tabamo it's a chance to score a notable win but we really can't see him having the skills needed to compete.
Another notable fighter in action here is Jetro Pabustan (26-2-6, 7) who takes on domestic foe Dondon Narvaez (12-21-7, 3). This should be a simple outing for Pabustan who is a talented, though over-looked, fighter, it would however be impressive for him to stop Narvaez who hasn't been stopped since 2013.
On paper the most interesting match up on this card is an under-card bout between two unbeaten hopefuls. The bout will see Vinz Paras (3-0, 3) take on 17 year old Jayson Daming (2-0, 1) in a very interesting 6 rounder. Both guys need to be given a lot of credit for this one and hopefully neither guy will become “protected” after it.
Indonesian fans will also get a low level show with 3 scheduled bouts. The most notable of those bouts will see Hendrik Barongsay (28-23-3, 17) take on Thai visitor Chatpayak Sithkopon Nuengkawkawhok (3-9, 2). This looks like a mismatch on paper and should be an easy win for the local fighters.
Sadly the other bouts listed for this show are both all-novice affairs.
In Georgia fans will have the chance to see 35 year old Kyrgyzstan fighter Timur Shailezov (17-11-1, 4) battle against former world title challenger Raytona Whitfield (24-1, 13), who is fighting for just the second time in 5 years. On paper it's a mismatch however Whitfield's inactivity may cost him here, or at least make the bout more competitive than the records suggests.
Another Asian in action Stateside is Uzbek fighter Sanjarbek Rahmonov (2-0, 1) who faces off against fellow unbeaten Somner Martin (4-0, 2). On paper this looks like a really interesting match up however Martin's competition so far has been very limited and this could well be a step down for Rahmonov despite Martin's perfect record.
In the US two promising Chinese fighters will be in action with both expected to achieve some form of notable success before their careers are over.
One of those fighters is the much touted Wang Zhimin (2-0) who fights in his second 6 round contest as he takes on the more experienced American Jose L Guzman (6-10-1). Guzman has been matched hard, and has shared the ring with Chris Algieri among others, so is a decent test for Zhimin given he's still a novice, but is should be a test the Chinese fighter passes with out too many problems.
The other is Meng Fanlong (1-0) who battles the win-less Albert Avina (0-3) in a 4 round bout. The 27 year old Chinese fighter has been described as promising through opposition like this will do very little to help develop his skills and ability.
Staying in the US we're also expecting to see the debut of Uzbek fighter Sanjarbek Rakhmanov (0-0) who competed in the 2013 World Amateur Championships, where he lost to eventual bronze medal winner Uranchimegiin Mönkh-Erdene. At the moment his opponent hasn't yet been named but we're not expecting him to be in with any kind of a test.
There will be more Chinese action in China where Zovi are putting on a show involving a lot of novices in bouts scheduled for either 4 or 6 rounds.
None of the bouts here have much in terms of nail value but there are a few bouts we're going to make a quick mention of.
One of those bouts is a rounder between unbeaten fighters as Zhang Yong Ming (3-0) takes on Bai Shan Bo (1-0-1) in a bout at 140lbs. Coming into the card Ming has the longest unbeaten record of anyone on the card but hasn't fought this year whilst Bo has fought both of his bouts this year, including a draw with Lin Li Quan back on May 8th.
Another unbeaten fighter who may be worth making a note of is Zhu Yuan Cai (2-0) who battles the once beaten Zhang Hong Peng (2-1, 1) in another 6 rounder.