On July 21st fight fans in Japan will be able to see Tenta Kiyose take a huge step up in class, as he takes on former WBC Minimumweight champion Oleydong Sithsamerchai. Other than the main event the card is a lower level doemstic show, but the main event is a really big one, and it should be worth the attention of the fans in attendance. The poster is a pretty basic one, but it does focus a lot on Kiyose, making him look like a star.
On November 5th fight fans in Hyogo will get the chance to see a low key card, headlined by a WBC Youth title fight, as Tenta Kiyose takes on Joe Tejones in an interesting looking match up. The poster is a simple one, selling hard on Kiyose's bout, but it does feature many ofthe under-card fighters and is a decent design given the quality of the card.
This coming Sunday Japanese fight fans will get the chance to see the next in the "Big Fight Boxing" series of shows. The card isn't anything big but will be a fun lower tier show with a number of interesting lower level bouts. The poster features from the card as well as particular details but the reality os that the fighters will struggle to sell the show to a wider boxing audience, no matter how good the poster is.
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.