5/10 – Donny Nietes (32-1-4, 18 KO’s) vs. Moises Fuentes (19-1-1, 10) – SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Nietes makes the fourth defense of the WBO light flyweight title in the headlining bout of “Pinoy Pride XXV”. The two fought to a majority draw in early 2013 with the champ defending the title once since. Fuentes has fought three times since the first match up, scoring two stoppages and snagging the interim WBO title as well. Both fighters are former WBO minimum-weight champs that vacated the title to move up in weight.
5/10 – Martin Gethin (24-4-1, 11 KO’s) vs. Derry Mathews (34-9-2, 19 KO’s) – Olympia, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom
Both fighters are looking to comeback from losses suffered in their previous contests. Gethin defends the BBBofC British lightweight title, which wasn’t on the line a year ago when he was stopped in seven rounds by Ameth Diaz; a tough outing for Gethin, who tasted the canvas three times. Mathews is the former Commonwealth lightweight champ, he lost a 10 round decision to Stephen Ormond in December. A win would make him a two time BBBofC title holder, having had a short reign in 2012.
5/10 – Chris Eubank Jr. (14-0, 9 KO’s) vs. Robert Swierzbinski (13-2, 3 KO’s) – Olympia, Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom
Riding a six fight knockout streak, Eubank fights for the third time this year against the light hitting Swierzbinski, who went 2-2 in 2013 and fights for the first time since November.
5/10 – Kid Galahad (16-0, 8 KO’s) vs. Fred Mundraby (15-1-1, 7 KO’s) – Ponds Forge Arena, Sheffield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Galahad looks to become a four time title holder this weekend. A win would give him the now vacant Commonwealth super bantamweight title, adding to his credentials as the current EBU champ and former BBBofC British and WBC International title holder in the same division. Mundraby is the Australian super bantamweight champ, and has held the Australian bantamweight and super flyweight titles as well. He won the vacant Australia – Queensland State featherweight title in his pro debut in 2006.
5/10 – Johan Perez (18-1-1, 12 KO’s) vs. Fernando Monte de Oca (15-2, 12 KO’s) – Polideportivo José María Vargas, La Guaira, Venezuela
The interim WBA World light welterweight title is at stake when title holder Perez looks to extend his winning streak to four bouts against de Oca, whose record has been built on horrible opposition. Perez’s two prior victories have come against undefeated opponents in OPBF title holder Yoshihiro Kamegai and former world champion Paul Spadafora respectively.