There isn't much of note happening this coming Wednesday, but there are a couple of fighters of note in action in Russia.
One of those is Turat Osmonov (2-0, 2), a former amateur fighter from Kyrgyzstan. Although not a hugely distinguished name on the amateur ranks Osmonov fought in numerous international tournaments and did prove himself a capable fighter, even if he failed to really make a mark in the final stages. At the moment it's unclear who he will be up against, but the 26 year old is apparently scheduled in for an 8 rounder, so it should be a clear step up from his previous professional bouts.
The card also features one of the more experienced Uzbek professionals out there, Bakhrom Payazov (22-11, 15), who takes on unbeaten Russian hopeful Valery Oganisyan (1-0, 1). The 34 year old Payazov is about as close as you can get to an Uzbek tomato can in the sport, and he's without a win in the last 4 years, losing his last 8 bouts. Notably however Payazov has been matched incredible tough and his last 8 opponents have had a combined 72-2-1 record. Prior that run he had gone the distance with Viktor Postol and 8 rounds with Dejan Zlaticanin. On the hand the Russian is a professional novice but looked very capable on debut, stopping the rugged Islomjon Salokhidinov in 6 rounds.