6/26 – Jean Marc Mormeck (36-5, 22 KO’s) vs. Tamas Lodi (13-2-1, 11 KO’s) – Patinoire d’Asnières, Asnieres-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, France
Former world cruiserweight champ Mormeck makes his first ring appearance since a horrid world heavyweight title challenge against Wladimir Klitschko over two years ago. Former WBO European cruiserweight title holder Lodi is also coming off a loss in May that cost him his title.
6/27 – Willie Limond (37-4, 10 KO’s) vs. Curtis Woodhouse (22-6, 13 KO’s) – Braehead Arena, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Regional champs face off in the headlining contest, scheduled for 12 rounds. Limond holds the BBBofC British light welterweight title and comes in on a three fight win streak while Woodhouse is the Commonwealth (British Empire) light welterweight champ, and had also won three straight.
6/27 – Ricky Burns (36-3-1, 11 KO’s) vs. Dejan Zlaticanin (18-0, 13 KO’s) – Braehead Arena, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Burns looks to get one back in the win column after a disputed draw with Raymundo Beltran and a title losing contest against Terence Crawford in March. The former WBO
lightweight champ looks to grab the vacant WBC International lightweight title when he faces his undefeated opponent, who held that same title a year ago before it was vacated.
6/27 – BJ Flores (29-1-1, 19 KO’s) vs. Anthony Caputo Smith (15-2, 10 KO’s) – Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Ringside commentator and former NABO/NABA cruiserweight champ Flores fights for the second time this year after 19 months of inactivity. He scored a first round stoppage of Adam Collins in May and now looks to keep the ball rolling against Smith, a former Pennsylvania light heavyweight champ and current Pennsylvania cruiserweight title holder.
6/28 – Sonny Boy Jaro (36-13-5, 26 KO’s) vs. Ichal Tobida (10-11, 8 KO’s) – Almendras Gym, Davao City, Davao del Sur, Philippines
Jaro scored a monumental upset in March of 2012 when he stopped Thai legend Pongsaklek Wonjongkam in six rounds to win the WBC flyweight title. He lost the belt in his first defense, and then lost two more before scoring back to back first round knockouts wins in 2014. Tobida is a guy that loses a few fights, and wins one or two in between. He held the Indonesian light flyweight title in 2009.
6/28 – Lukasz Janik (26-2, 14 KO’s) vs. Rico Hoye (24-3, 16 KO’s) – Hala na Podpromiu, Rzeszow, Poland
Hoye took third place in season four of The Contender, and then retired for nearly five years before returning in late 2013 to score a first round stoppage over Brandon Winner. This is his first fight since then, and he faces former WBC Baltic Silver cruiserweight title holder and IBO world title challenger Janik, on Janik’s home turf. The Polish cruiserweight is coming off a close loss (majority decision) to Ola Afolabi for the IBO title last November, his first 12 round contest.
6/28 – Shannon Briggs (54-6-1, 48 KO’s) vs. Raphael Zumbano Love (34-7-1, 27 KO’s) – Remington Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
The comeback continues. Former heavyweight champ Briggs picks up his fourth bout since April, staying busy and working off the ring rust until the title shot he hopes for materializes. The 42 year old has fought a total of three rounds in three bouts against nondescript opposition. Love has held a handful of regional titles, and most recently challenged for the vacant WBF International and UBO heavyweight belts and lost. The upside is that he’s only been stopped once in his seven losses.
6/28 – Trey Lippe Morrison (2-0, 2 KO’s) vs. Marvin Babe (0-2) – Remington Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Son of Tommy “The Duke” Morrison, Lippe’s young career continues as the 24 year old hopeful fights for the third time this year against Babe, who fought once in 2012 and once this past January, being stopped both times by fighters making their pro debut.
7/2 – Billy Dib (36-3, 21 KO’s) vs. Alberto Garza (26-7-1, 21 KO’s) – Foxwoods Resort, Mashantucket, Connecticut, USA
Former IBF featherweight champion Dib goes into rebuilding mode after his second loss to Evgeny Gradovich in November. In the nights co-feature, a scheduled 10 round contest, he meets former featherweight and super featherweight title challenger Garza who’s lost two of his last three bouts.