The broadcast is scheduled to last 82 minutes and come to an end at 8:54 (PM) Tokyo time.
For our international readers that means that the fight will be televised at 10:32 (AM) British time time or 6:32 (AM) New York time. For places not mentioned we'd advise googling Japanese time and working out the equivalent time for yourselves.
As well as the Japanese coverage the fight will also be screened on Thai Channel 7 at 5:55 (PM) Bangkok time, giving you a choice of Thai or Japanese coverage.
As an extra bonus we'd also like to make fans aware that Hisashi Amagasa's OPBF title fight with Vinvin Rufino, which took place earlier today, will be televised on tape delay. This bout will be shown on TBS at 3:08 (AM) local time on Thursday morning. For our British readers that's 10:08 (PM) and for readers from New York it's 1:08 (PM).
TBS, like TV Tokyo, is a free to air channel and can be found on some popular and legal streaming services including Key Hole TV.
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