Details on the bout aren't totally clear though from what we understand Ono will be fighting a Thai opponent with the bout said to be a 6 rounder which will act as the chief support bout to a non title bout involving WBA Atomweight champion Ayaka Miyao (17-5-1, 2), who herself battles Thai fighter Yokfah Mor Krunthepthonburi (0-6).
Despite the show now including the talented Ono, a former OPBF champion, the card does look like a weak one over-all with no bout that really stand out as being that exciting. Saying that however it seems likely that the show will serve a purpose in regards to the future and it could be that Ono has agreed to fight on the show with the chance of getting a big fight either later this year or even next year with someone like Takuma Inoue (2-0) on a future Ohashi show. We are speculating but it could make sense.
One other interesting thing to note is that Ono was last seen losing a decision to Katsunari Takayama (27-6-0-1, 10) and Takayama himself fights just a few days later as he battles Francisco Rodriguez Jr (14-2, 10) in a Minimumweight unification contest.
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