One of the most notable of those saw Japanese veteran Daiki Koide (22-8-2, 9) [小出 大貴] suffer an unexpected loss in Aichi to Korean visitor Woo Min Won (8-1, 5), who scored a 3rd round TKO win.
Won, making his international debut, was expected to come up short here, with more than 60% of those polled on Japanese site Boxmob picking Koide, but instead shocked the local with a stoppage win.
Koide wasn't the only local to come up short with Kazuya Maruki (19-4, 12) [丸木 和也] suffering a very unexpected loss to Chan Hee Park (5-6-1), via an 8th round decision. The bout was competitive at times but the Korean did more than enough to deserve the decision with scores of 79-74, 78-75 and 77-75.
A third result of note on this card saw former Japanese Heavyweight title challenger Kotatsu Takehara (13-11-3, 6) [竹原 虎辰] score a 4th round TKO win over the previously unbeaten Ryu Ueda (5-1, 2) [上田 龍].