On December 22nd we'll see Osaka Teiken put on their next show, headlined by Juiki Tatsuyoshi, and also featuring Hiroshige Osawa and Kyosuke Tsutsumimoto. The poster works on a Christmas theme with the 3 men in front of a Christmas style background. It works well as a poster, though maybe not amazingly well as a boxing poster.
On April 30th fight fans in Osaka will see the return of Juiki Tatsuyoshi, as he takes on Shun Ishibashi. The rest of the card isn't too notable, with Satoru Sugita and Takeru Kamikubo being the two notable men on the lower part of the card. The poster sells heavily on Tatsuyoshi, but really doesn't look that exciting as a poster, which is a shame, and it feels like they could have done so much more with this.
On Christmas Eve fight fans in Osaka will get the chance to see the next Osaka Teiekn card. The show isn't a huge one, but does feature a number of notable names, including Juiki Tatsuyoshi, Hiroshige Osawa and Shohei Kawashima, and should feature at least one Christmas cracker to move us on to the big day.
On July 9th Japanese fight fans in Osaka will get the chance to see the next Osaka Teiken show. Originally the card was supposed to be headlined by Juiki Tatsuyoshi, but the second generation fighter has suffered an injury forcing him out of the contest. Despite Tatsuyoshi being out of the show the card will go ahead, and it does feature plenty of notable fighters. Sadly with Tatsuyoshi out the only other fighter actually shown on the poster is Ճապոնիա (prnounced Chaponia)Satoru Sugita, who is best known for losing in two Japanese title fights.
On July 9th fans in Osaka will get the chance to see Japanese youngster Juiki Tatsuyoshi return to the ring, in what will be his first 6 rounder. Tatsuyoshi, the son of Joichiro Tatsuyoshi, is the star of the show and the one man on the poster, making it clear that he's the man the show is being sold on.
This coming weekend is a busy one with a number of shows in Asia. One of the most notable is a Japanese card promoted by Osaka Teiken. The card features a trio of notable fighters, including the hotly tipped Sho Nakazawa, the promising Tatsuya Ikemizu and second generation fighter Juiki Tatsuyoshi. The card features images of those 3 men as well as details on the show for those interested in attending.
This coming Saturday sees Osaka Teiken putting on a show with 3 of their most notable fighters. Those fighters, who adorn the poster for the show, as Juiki Tatsuyoshi, Sho Nakazawa and Tatsuya Ikemizu. The poster is rather simple with those 3 men, the name of the show and the details regarding where and when. Sadly however there is real draw to the show, no match list and it looks more like a comedy line up than a fight poster....sadly
This coming Saturday sees Osaka Teiken putting on a show at the El Osaka and although the card isn't a huge one it does feature a number of notable names, such as Ryuto Kyoguchi, Bunta Mitaka and Myung Ho Lee. It's a show that's being used to help push those 3 men forward.
When it comes to the poster we won't pretend we're huge fans. There plenty to like about it but to us it has a very "stock" feel to it and is very much a poster that has gotten almost as much wrong as it's got right.
(Image courtesy of boxmob.jp)
This coming Sunday sees Osaka Teiken doing a 2-part show at the IMP Hall. Although the first part of the show doesn't seem to have a poster, the second part of the show does, this poster.
Sadly the poster does look a bit like a photo shot job and it certainly isn't an attractive poster despite one two recognisable fighters, including Hirofumi Mukai (extreme left). It may not be the most attractive but it certainly is a boxing poster and there is no mistaking that.
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