6/6 – Hugo Centeno Jr. (20-0, 11 KO’s) vs. Gerardo Ibarra (14-0, 8 KO’s) – Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California, USA
In the headlining bout of a Golden Boy Promotions card, undefeated light middleweights meet sin a scheduled 10 round contest. In his lone title opportunity, Centeno had to settle for a four round no contest against Julian Williams in a bout for the vacant WBC International light middleweight title due to an accidental head butt. This is Ibarra’s first 10 round bout.
6/6 – Terrell Gausha (9-0, 5 KO’s) vs. James Winchester (16-9, 6 KO’s) – Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California, USA
The U.S. Olympian takes his first scheduled 10 rounder against Winchester, who’s lost five of his last six contests.
6/7 – Juergen Braehmer (43-2, 32 KO’s) vs. Roberto Feliciano Bolonti (35-2, 24 KO’s) – Sport and Congress Center, Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
World light-heavyweight champ Braehmer defends the WBA crown for the second time against the WBC Latino light-heavyweight title holder Bolonti. Braehmer scored a fifth round stoppage of former cruiserweight champ Enzo Maccarinelli in April. Bolonti is on a five fight winning streak, all wins coming by KO.
6/7 – David Price (17-2, 15 KO’s) vs. Yaroslav Zavorotnyi (16-6, 14 KO’s) – Sport and Congress Center, Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Price continues the rebuilding stage, looking for his third straight win against Zavorotnyi, who is also on a two fight winning streak after losing back to back bouts like Price.
6/7 – Daniel Ponce De Leon (45-6, 35 KO’s) vs. Miguel Roman (45-11, 34 KO’s) – Estadio de Beisbol, Ciudad Cuauhtemoc, Chihuahua, Mexico
The vacant WBC United States (USNBC) Silver super featherweight title is up for grabs in this one. De Loen, the former WBC featherweight champ was stopped in his last two big fights, costing him his world title and the vacant WBO International super featherweight title. Roman, the current WBC International Silver lightweight title holder is coming back down in weight for this fight. A former featherweight and lightweight world title challenger, he comes in on a seven fight win streak with six knockouts.
6/7 – Haroon Khan (4-0, 1 KO) vs. Kyle King (4-3) – De Vere Whites, Reebok Stadium, Bolton, Lancashire, United Kingdom
The younger brother of Amir Khan continues his young career against your standard record building opponent, King.
6/7 – Chris Eubank Jr. (15-0, 10 KO’s) vs. Stepan Horvath (12-3, 4 KO’s) – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom
Eubank’s racked up seven straight stoppage wins. Horvath won his last bout, but lost three prior and was stopped in two of them.
6/7 – Young Fury (debut) vs. TBA – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom
Another member of the Fury clan enters the heavyweight division. Tyson’s 18 year old brother debuts against an opponent to be named.
6/7 – Randall Bailey (44-8, 37 KO’s) vs. Fredrick Lawson (22-0, 20 KO’s) – Myth Event Center, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA
Former two time light welterweight and IBF welterweight champion Bailey looks to work his way back into the title picture with the vacant USBA welterweight title at stake. Coming off a DQ win over Humberto Toldeo, he faces a seemingly heavy hitter in Lawson, whose record is built mostly on ho-hopers.
6/7 – Steve Forbes (35-12, 11 KO’s) vs. Emmanuel Lartei Lartey (15-2-1, 7 KO’s) – Emerald Queen Casino, Tacoma, Washington, USA
A former IBF super featherweight champ in 200-2001, Forbes, a former “Contender” contestant is looking for a win after dropping his last four bouts and only winning three fights since 2006. Lartey’s two defeats came back to back in his last two outings, both against undefeated prospects.
6/7 – Thabo Sonjica (18-2, 13 KO’s) vs. Toto Helebe (14-3, 7 KO’s) – Orient Theatre, East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa
This is Sonjica’s first defense of the IBO super bantamweight crown. Helebe is the South African bantamweight champion.