The most highly touted of those fighters in action will be the highly regarded Sho Nakazawa (8-0, 4) [中澤 奨] who will be faces Japanese based Korean Teiru Atsumi (6-1, 2) [テイル渥美], who will be fighting in Japan for the second time following his move over to the Atsumi Gym. Although highly regarded this really could be a good test for Nakazawa, who is expecting to fight for titles later in the year.
Whilst Nakazawa is the most touted he's not the most spoken about, that is Juiki Tatsuyoshi (3-0, 2) [辰吉 寿以輝], the son of the legendary Joichiro Tatsuyoshi. The 19 year old Tatsuyoshi will be up against Kazuki Sanpei (3-3, 1) [三瓶 一樹], in what should be another win for Tatsuyoshi.
The third fighter of note on this card will be Tatsuya Ikemizu (13-1, 6) [池水 達也]. Ikemizu hasn't had his opponent announced as of yet but is expected to be in an 8 rounder as he seeks his second win since losing last April to Mark John Yap.
For those interested in the venue this will take place at the Towa Pharmaceutical Ractab Dome in Kadoma.
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