One of those those things was that Quaye Peter (9-8-2, 5) has seen his opponent for the show change. Originally the Japanese based Ghana born fighter was set to face the 32 year old Yusuke Konno (11-3, 5) in a relatively interesting match up. Now however Konno is out of the bout and in his place is recent Japanese title challenger Valentine Hosokawa (20-6-3, 9) [細川バレンタイン], who will be risking his JBC ranking as he takes on Peter.
The reason for the change wasn't announce but if we're being honest the move seems like a positive change with Hosokawa being a much bigger name than Konno, and also being a man who will be fighting with a point to prove following his controversial loss last year to Hiroki Okada. Peter is a decent fighter but a win over Hosokawa would be a huge ask for the Ohashi man.
The other announcement was the poster, which Ohashi put on their website. It's not an amazing poster by any means but it features the 6 Ohashi fighters on the show and makes it clear that this card is an Ohashi event where their fighters will be the key. The poster could have featured some of the opponents, such as Hideo Sakamoto (17-3-3, 5) [坂本 英生], Shogo Yamaguchi (10-2-1, 5) [山口 祥吾] or Mitsuyoshi Fujita (10-2, 3) [藤田 光良], but it didn't need to as the Ohashi gym members were the key selling point of the show, and they all have their faces on the poster.
It's notable that the poster doesn't confirm whether or not some of the show will feature on Fuji TV, though the expectation is that it will indeed be covered on a tape delay broadcast, either on Fuji or a sister channel such as Fuji BS, giving fans a chance to follow the careers of the hopefuls on the card, such as Ryo Matsumoto (18-1, 16) [松本 亮], Koki Inoue (6-0, 5) [浩樹井上] and Andy Hiraoka (8-0, 5) [平岡アンディ.