The eyes of the mainstream boxing world will be on Madison Square Garden and the huge Gennady Golovkin vs David Lemieux Middleweight title unification bout, but the calendar sees a slew of boxing across the United States. There are lines up at Several Bookmakers for several fights from around the country. At the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut, former Light Middleweight WBO World Champion Demetrious “Boo-Boo” Andrade returns to the ring for the first time in more than a year to face Dario Fabian Pucheta. Andrade is (21-0), but a long layoff saw the WBO stripped him due to the long layoff. Pucheta comes from Argentina and boasts a record of (20-2), but he is a huge underdog paying (+3700), while Andrade, who has a gold medal in the amatuer world champions on his resume as well as an undefeated pro record is paying back (-11000). The Celebrity Theater in Phoenix, Arizona hosts a 10 round Super Bantamweight bout between Vergel Nebran amd Jessie Magdaleno. The books have posted Nebran (14-9-1) as a big underdog paying (+3000) and the undefeated Magdaleno (21-0) is paying (-7500). Magdaleno had a stellar amateur career and he has been rising in the pro ranks under the promotion of Bob Arum. This Top Rank promoted fight will air on UniMas in the States. Magdaleno is the younger brother of Diego Magdaleno, who recently lost a world title bid to England’s Terry Flanagan. And at the StubHub Center in Carson, California there is a WBO World Light Flyweight bout as champion Donnie Nietes (36-1-4) defends his belt against Juan Alejo (21-3). Nietes, who is making his eighth title defense is a (-11000) favorite over Alejo, who is coming back at (+3000). Nietes lost the first three fights of his career and has gone (21-0) since, fighting in his native Mexico. Nietes is a two division world champion, and although he has a handful of fights in Mexico, heis also making his United States debut.