This Saturday is mostly about the fighters from the lower weights but there are some interesting lower level Heavyweight bouts.
The most interesting, at least for us, is in New Jersey as the Polish born American Adam Kownacki (6-0, 6) takes on his first opponent with a winning record, Charles Ellis (9-1-1, 8). The big punching Ellis is nothing special but he will be Kownacki's biggest test so far and should be able to tell us something about the unbeaten prospect.
On the same card in New Jersey Joey Dawejko (10-3-2, 3) will be battling against David Williams (7-8-2, 2). We can't see anything but a win for the under-rated Dawejko but we think he may need to work for it.
There will also be a double header in Iowa. The "main event" will see the heavy handed but china chinned Travis Fulton (21-37-1, 20) taking on journeyman Alex Rozman (2-7, 1). Rozman was seen in the ring just a few weeks ago being stopped by the debuting Chinese giant Taishan Dong and we'd expect a similar fate here, though Fulton is very poor.
The other bout on this card will see the promising Donovan Dennis (9-1-1, 8) taking on Jamal Woods (4-12-3, 4). This will be Dennis's first bout since he was stopped by Nat Heaven and it's little wonder why it's an easy one.
In a female bout fans will get the chance to see Sonya Lamonakis (9-1-2, 1) fighting against Carlette Ewell (15-7-1, 9) in a bout for the vacant IBO Female Heavyweight title. Lamonakis will be the clear favourite here but she was held to a draw when the two fought back in 2012.