The TV broadcast is set to air from 19:00 local time and is scheduled to finish at 20:57, there is however some leeway with the broadcast given a possible extension time of 21:27 if Fuji TV need it.
Sadly for those wanting to watch the whole card, which is possibly the most stacked and interesting card of the year, you will be left disappointed.
The only bouts which will be aired, for definite, are the two world title bouts. Those bouts will see Akira Yaegashi (22-5, 12) challenge IBF Light Flyweight champion Javier Mendoza (24-6-1, 21) and Naoya Inoue (8-0, 7) defending his WBO Super Flyweight title against Filipino slugger Warlito Parrenas (24-6-1, 21).
Given the minimum time slot it's fair to say that early KO's in both main bouts will allow Fuji TV to air highlights of other bouts on the card, which include a brilliant Japanese Featherweight title match between Satoshi Hosono (29-2-1, 20) and Akifumi Shimoda (30-4-2, 13), the debut of Koki Inoue (0-0) and a an OPBF Super Flyweight title bout between Takuma Inoue (5-0, 1) and Rene Dacquel (15-5-1, 5).