To kick off a new week Kyoei promotions put on an excellent show with two title bouts, several promising prospects and arguably the biggest potential draw in female boxing.
The show, dubbed "368th Guts Fighting" is headlined by OPBF Featherweight champion Hisashi Amagasa who will be defending his belt against Filipino challenger Vinvin Rufino in what is likely to be a much, much better bout than the records of the men would suggest. Amagasa's bout is supported by a fantastic Japanese title fight between Hidenori Otake and Takafumi Nakajima in what could well be a better bout than the main event.
The two title bouts are the clear draws to the card but the show will also feature the hugely popular "model boxer" Tomomi Takano who will be looking to secure her 5th straight victory.
In regards to the poster it's an acceptable enough poster though nothing out standing. It has the champions taking up much of space whilst some of the undercard fighters are at the bottom but nothing really looks great with it and the small inset pictures look very much like a simple "photo shop" job as opposed to a professionally made fight poster.
(Image courtesy of Boxmob.jp)
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