The Won Boxing Stadium, Seoul, South Korea
Over in Korea this coming Sunday we'll see KBM Lightweight champion Moo Hyun Kim (6-1, 2) defending the title he won last November, as he takes on Yun Seong Kim (4-1, 2), who is himself dropping down in weight for this bout.
The talented champion has shown what he can do on the road, beating Hironori Shigeta and George Tachibana earlier on his career, and has also impressed back in Korea. Although a flawed fighter the 28 year old has impressed since suffering his sole loss in 2017 and seems like he has the potential to be a player on the OPBF title scene in the future, if he continues to develop. As for the challenger he was stopped just a couple of fights back, but it's though that, at 135lbs, he'll be stronger and more powerful than he was whilst fighting at Light Welterweight.
As with all Korean bouts we expect this one to be a damn exciting war, with both men letting leather fly and it could end up being the hidden gem of the weekend.
As well as the main event this card will feature 3 under-card bouts, including a 6 rounder and a female 4 rounder. Don't expect the boxing to be high level on the under-card, but the action should make up for that and Korean under-cards almost always deliver great brawls.