In one of the support bouts fans will see former OPBF and Japanese Super Featherweight title challenger Shingo Eto (17-4-1, 9) [江藤 伸悟] and once beaten Teiken hopeful Masaru Sueyoshi (11-1, 7) [末吉 大], in an 8 round bout set to be fought at a contracted 132lbs. For Eto the bout is his first since losing a wide decision to the very talented Masayuki Ito whilst Sueyoshi looks to record a 9th straight win and build on recent victories over Kazuma Sanpei, Roman Canto and Marbon Bodiongan.
Another of the supporting bouts will see Kenji Ono (10-1, 5) [大野 兼資] battle Japanese ranked Takumi Suda (12-11-2, 3) [須田 拓弥]. For Ono this will be his first bout since his FOTY contender against Jun Takigawa back in February, a bout that really is incredible if you can hunt it down. For Suda the bout will see him hunting his third win in 10 bouts, though he is much better than those number suggests and has mixed with very good fighters like Yu Kimura, Warlito Parrenas and Masayuki Kuroda during that run. As with the Sueyoshi Vs Eto bout this one is set for 8 rounds.
In a Lightweight bout Masaki Saito (13-10-5, 4) [斉藤 正樹] will face Masashi Noguchi (9-5-1, 4) [野口 将志], with both men risking their Japanese domestic ranking. On paper this doesn't look a really great bout but the reality is that it will be very competitive when the men get in the ring. Also risking their Japanese ranking will be Naoki Mochizuki (9-1, 5), who risks his Japanese Flyweight ranking against Hikaru Ota (6-4, 2).
These bouts will all be part of a Dynamic Glove card, and from what we understand the entire show will be aired on G+.