The bout, which will be held Karlsruhe, Germany, will be Ozawa's third bout outside of Japan and following contests in Sri Lanka and Mexico. As for Amasheh, who is actually based in Karlsruhe, this will be her 5th bout there and her first in the area since 2011.
For Ozawa the bout comes less than a year after her split decision loss to Su Yun Hong, in a bout for the WBO female Light Flyweight title. That bout saw the Japanese fighter fighting at a career low weight, having regularly fought at Super Flyweight, where she won the OPBF title back in 2015 with a win over Terumi Nuki. With this bout being at 115lbs we expect to see a better performance from Ozawa than she showed against Hong, though that was far from a poor outing by Ozawa.
Sadly for the Japanese fighter she is stepping in there with a more proven fighter than Hong. The 35 year old Amasheh is a former WBC Silver Flyweight champion who has mixed with the likes of Eva Voraberger, Teeraporn Oannimitt and Ana Arrazola, who took a close decision win over Amasheh in 2016. Notably however she hasn't fought since March 18th last year, and may have some ring rust coming in to this bout.
At the moment little else is set for this card, though for the two women involved in the main event the under-card really won't matter as they will both be looking to focus on becoming a world champion.