Former WBA cruiserweight king, 50 year old Firat Arslan (47-9-3), headlines a show at his own gym in Goepping, Germany, on March 6.

Arslan takes on another veteran in Venezuelan Gusmyr Perdomo (26-9).

Arslan last fought for the IBO title early 2020 but was stopped by Kevin Lerena. Firat is, according to, ready to retire during 2021 but hopes to get one more chance at a world title.

EU light heavyweight champion Pierre DiBombe (19-0-1) faces a dangerous challenger in Swiss-Italian Davide Faraci (15-0) on March 27 in St Nazaire (France).

Both men comes in with over a year out. It's the first defense for DiBombe, who won the title by beating Serhyi Demchenko late 2019.


IBO super feather champ Michael Magnesi (16-0) defends the title against South African Khanyile Bulana (12-0) on April 16 in Zagarolo (Italy) on a show promoted by Buccione Boxing Team and Alessandro Branco. In the chief support middleweight Khalil El Harraz (12-1-1) takes on Predrag Cvetkovic (6-18-2).


Queensberry Poland presents a show in Gniewie on Friday March 5 headlined by light heavyweight Pawel August (12-0). In the other corner is Maksim Miszcenka (7-1). August is listed as 11-0 and inactive by boxrec which is due to an ongoing dispute on which federation to recognize in Poland.