Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (23-3-1, 21 KO’s) vs. Hirofumi Mukai (9-3-1, 1 KO) – Thailand
After three non-title affairs, Sor Rungvisai defends the WBC super-flyweight title for the first time. Mukai hopes for better luck in his second world title challenge: his first opportunity ended quickly when he suffered a cut due to an accidental head butt against Pongsaklek Wonjongkam and had to settle for a technical first round draw.
Sor Rungvisai won via RTD 9.
Anthony Joshua (3-0, 3 KO’s) vs. Hrvoje Kisicek (5-7, 1 KO’s) – London
Britain’s 2012 Olympic gold medalist continues his pro career in a Prizefighter special attraction. It’s his third fight in six weeks, with two more scheduled before years end.
Joshua won via TKO 2
Elijah McCall (11-3-1, 10 KO’s) vs. Brad Gregory (12-6, 10 KO’s) – Iowa, USA
The son of former world heavyweight champion Oliver McCall looks to rebound from back to back TKO losses against Gregory, who hasn’t fought in three years.
Patrick Nielsen (20-0, 9 KO’s) vs. Jose Pinzon (24-5, 15 KO’s) – Denmark
Headlining the Nordic Fight Night card, Danish prospect Nielsen defends the WBA Inter-continental and WBO Inter-continental welterweight titles against a former WBC Youth and WBC Latino light welterweight champion in Pinzon, who’s coming off a decision win in September.
Timo Schwarzkopf (12-0, 7 KO’s) vs. Junior Witter (41-6-2, 22 KO’s) – Germany
Undefeated prospect Schwarzkopf steps up against his most experienced challenge to date. Witter’s the former world light welterweight champion, but has had a tough time of things since losing to Timothy Bradley back in 2008. He last fought a year ago, losing a 12 round decision to Frankie Gavin.
David Tua (52-4-2, 43 KO’s) vs. Alexander Ustinov (28-1, 21 KO’s) – New Zealand
This is Tua’s first fight in over two years. In his last outing, the former world title challenger dropped a 12 round decision in his rematch with Monte Barrett. Ustinov holds a win over Barrett, his only loss coming to undefeated Kubrat Pulev, who stopped him in the 11th round. The bout is for the vacant Pan African heavyweight title.
Daniel Ponce De Leon (44-5, 35 KO’s) vs. Joksan Hernandez (23-5-1, 15 KO’s) – Mexico
De Leon is coming off a tough loss to Abner Mares in May when he was stopped in nine rounds. The former WBC featherweight champ looks to rebound against Hernandez, who defeated the 1-19-1 Hector Rivera in his last bout.
Jorge Arce (61-7-2, 46 KO’s) vs. Jose Carmona (22-3, 12 KO’s) – Mexico
The last time we saw Arce, he was getting hammered by Nonito Donaire. An 11 month retirement followed, and the former multi-division world champion returns this weekend to face the former WBA Fedebol featherweight title holder. Carmona‘s on a four bout winning streak, but has only fought in two scheduled 10 rounder’s during his career, and has lost both times.
Ryan Kielczweski (17-0, 4 KO’s) vs. Jose Hernandez (14-7-1, 6 KO’s) – Maine, USA
Kielczweski is fighting for the fourth time this year, coming off a fifth round TKO win over undefeated Miguel Soto. Hernandez stopped undefeated Tony Luis in January, but was stopped by Rustam Nugaev in his last outing in August.
Jose Felix Jr. (25-0-1, 20 KO’s) vs. Santos Benavides (23-4-2, 17 KO’s) – Las Vegas, USA
Rising super feather weight Felix is coming in off back to back first round knockout victories in June and September. Benavides on the other hand, is coming in on back to back losses; one in August and the other in November of 2011.
Chris Avalos (22-2, 16 KO’s) vs. Rolly Lunas (34-8-1, 20 KO’s) – Las Vegas, USA
Avalos won the vacant NABO super bantamweight title in his last outing with a 10 round decision over Drian Francisco. He’s also held the NABO bantamweight title as well as the NABA and WBO Inter-continental super bantamweight belts. Lunas has spent a good chunk of his career in the Philippines, where he held the PABA flyweight title, and in Japan where he held the OPBF bantamweight title. He challenged for the world title in 2008, but lost a near shut out to Anselmo Moreno.
Sergio Mora (24-3-2, 7 KO’s) vs. Milton Nunez (26-8-1, 24 KO’s) – California, USA
Season one Contender winner Mora grabs and under card spot on the Andre Ward-Edwin Rodriguez card Saturday night. We last saw him on ESPN Friday Night Fights, where he took a decision win over Grzegorz Proksa. Nunez is 1-2 for the year, last stopping the 0-1 Jose Flores in May.