The Cirque d’Hiver in Paris, France plays host to a full night of boxing on Friday, May 27th that sees several of the fights getting a look from the sport books. Middleweight 8 rounds – Robert Swierzbinski +4000 Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam -12500 Note: N’Jikam is the star here as he is a former interim world title holder and he sports a fine 32-3 overall record. He is coming off a loss in June of 2015 to david Lemieux, and this is the second fight of his comeback. He is looking for wins to get him back on the world level. In Swierzbinski he gets an opponent whop has faced a lot of talented fighters and though he is a sturdy test, he has lost to most of the names he has fought. He has common opponents with N’Jikam in Patrick Mensdy and David Lemieux and he has also faced the likes of Chris Eubank Jr. Light Heavyweight 12 rounds – Serhiy Demchenko +350 Mehdi Amar -485 Note: The vacant European light heavyweight belt is on the line as Mehdi Amar (32-4-2) takes on Ukrainian Serhiy Demchenko.. Amar has a ton of fights but little international experience. In Demchenko, he has that in name only as Serhiy is a resident of France who has managed a 16-9-1 mark over his career. Super Welterweight 12 rounds – Isaac Real +475 Cedric Vitu -735 Note: This match is being billed as a France vs Spain rivalry bout, as Real is from the neighboring country while Vitu is the hometown French fighter. Vitu is 44-2 overall and this will be his third title defense of the belt he won back in June of 2015. He lost a fight back in 2008 and his lone other loss came in England against Sergey Rabchenko. For his part, Real brings a 15-1-1 overall record to the table, and he has won five fights in a row since the lone defeat of his career, in Germany against Jack Culcay. Also on the card is a 10×2 round female match between Maiva Hamadouche and Enis Pacheco of Colombia. Hamadouche suffered the lone defeat of her career back in November of 2015 at the hands of all-world WBC World lightweight champion Define Persoon but she has gotten right back to the business of boxing as she has gone 3-0 since then. This fight is for the vacant Silver WBC title at Lightweight and it would help get Hamadouche to where she wants to be – in line for a re-match with Persoon. S for Pacheco, she has solid experience fighting in South America’s robust women’s boxing scene but this is the Colombian’s first trip to europe and when all is said and done, Pacheco will have 3 days in Paris before the fights. This and several of the other undercard fights on this eleven fight show.