Those are just the four highest-profile bouts on the schedule, there are others of slightly more obscure vintage that could very well be thrilling.
It's already been a remarkable year in one aspect. Watching the Antonio Pitalua knockout last week, I've been struck by just how many spectacular KOs there have been this year.
In certain years you only find a couple or three legitimate contenders for KO of the year. The mind gets foggy, but I can recall at least eight highlight-reel candidates this year, presented here in chronological order.
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Juan Diaz beats just about any fighter that night. Unfortunately for him, Juan Manuel Marquez is not just any fighter.
Shades of Foreman-Frazier aesthetically as Montreal's Pascal sends Nievas airborne before the crash to the canvas.
Bailey, almost 35, lends credence to theory that power is the last thing a fighter loses.
This will probably get the nod as KO of the year due to the calibre of fighters involved, and you'd get no argument here.
Gonzalez was having his way in front of a frenzied Mexican crowd that was shocked into silence by Nishioka's outburst.
Undefeated Antillon appeared ready for title contention but faded badly en route to the uppercut that doomed him.
Don't let his age (39) and El DeBarge haircut fool you, Pitalua can bang.
And two stoppages
Not technically one-punch KOs, but two dramatic stoppages on the same card that were initiated by dramatic knockdowns:
Green is Jekyll and Hyde in the ring - often maddening, but occasionally sensational, like here.
Briton Froch, trailing on two of the scorecards, preserves unbeaten mark in the last round.
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