A couple of cards on television tomorrow, first up on Fox at 7:30 pm ET is and there is no way to dress this up is a battle of has been's featuring Devon "Da Yawn" Alexander vs Andre Berto. In their last 13 fights combined they are 5-7-1. No matter who wins it won't be a step further ahead but rather a step closer to the end. Speaking of has been's in the co-feature we have the return of Peter "Kid Chocolate" Quillin who goes up against J'Leon Love. Quillin is 35, has only had one fight since 2015 when he got starched by Daniel Jacobs in less than a minute. I expect Quillin to go quietly. On HBO at 10 pm ET we have the return of Sergey Kovalev as he defends his title against unbeaten Eleider Alvarez of Colombia. Alvarez has been the number one contender for Adonis' Stevenson's WBC light heavyweight title for over two years but of course the WBC and Stevenson have manged to avoid him so he jumped ship to challenge Kovalev for the IBF title. Alvarez has an impressive record but most of his fights were in Colombia against no names and his two victory of notes were against a pair of has been's in Jean Pascal and Lucian Bute. With that being said Kovalev hasn't been the same since his back to back losses to Andre Ward even though both were controversial and Alvarez may find himself in a good spot. In the co-feature WBA light heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol takes on one time Kovalev victim Isaac Chilemba. The thought is that both Kovalev and Bivol will secure victories setting up a unification fight later this year providing both opponents cooperate. I doubt if Chilemba will throw a spanner in the works but Alvarez may be another story.