Molina's at least been in with fighters of world level, if not world class, assuming we're not arguing one automatically means the other. Wilder, Arreola and Adamek are all decent enough. I'd expect Joshua to win by a mid rounds KO, but it's important to remember how quick his progression's been. He's fighting world level fighterd three years after his debut. He'll get chinned at some point, but i don't think it will be tonight. I'd like to see him fight Chisora, then Parker, no doubt he'll face an American or two over there - Malike Scott or Jennings make sense, bide his time and wait for someone to test Ortiz properly.
Burton v Buglioni's the fight of the night by an absolute stretch. Despite what some bookmakers might say it's a 50/50 fight, and one with a bit of needle and what should be an interesting clash of styles. Think i'm edging towards Buglioni.
Did fancy Conception to beat Yafai, but he's come in very heavy and can't win the belt. Hard to know where his head will be, or if the weight advantage will work for or against Yafai until we see him.
Quigg, Callum Smith, and Ortiz should all win, but all are well capable of stinking the place out.