On December 1st in Tokyo we get the next show from Kadoebi, and the next in the Dynamic Glove shows. The main event will see Japanese Light Welterweight champion Valentine Hosokawa defending his title against Takashi Inagaki whilst the supporting bouts will include the return of former world champion Yukinori Oguni. It's a simple poster, but one that works well for this show and matches up with previous "Slugfest" posters.
The first Japanese show currently scheduled to take place in November is a Dynamic Glove card that will be headlined by Kazuto Takesako defending his Japanese Middleweight title against former champion Sanosuke Sasaki. The poster for this is actually one of the better ones we've seen recently from Japan. It's not flawless but it's different to normal Dynamic Glove posters and does look pretty interesting with a lot of the fighters on it and a clear focus on the main event. A really solid poster.
On October 6th we'll see the next Dynamic Glove show, and it's really good one on paper with a brilliant main event between Japanese Super Featherweight champion Masaru Sueyoshi and OPBF champion Hironori Mishiro as well as a Japanese title eliminator between Junto Nakatani and Shun Kosaka, with both of those bouts being featured on a pretty interesting poster. The main is clearly the big selling point, but those involved in the show also know the significance of the chief support bout. A solid poster.
To kick off September Japanese fight fans get the next of the A Sign Bee shows and it's quite a stacked one with a lot of notable fighters on it. The main event will be a Japanese Bantamweight title fight, as Yuta Saito takes on Eita Kikuchi with the support card feature the likes of Charles Bellamy, Reiya Abe, Akihiro Kondo, Ryohei Takahashi and Hayate Kaji. The fighters in some well matched bouts and it's a pretty exciting looking poster. All in all a good effort from the Asign team.
On July 7th fight fans in Tokyo will be able to see Japanese Youth Flyweight champion Junto Nakatani return to the ring, as he looks to continue his climb towards a bout for a senior title.. The talented youngster will be headlining a card which will also feature Matcha Nakagawa, Ryota Toyoshima and Yuihci Yokoyama, among others. The poster really sells Nakatani as the star, and the baby faced Flyweight is clearly the focal point of not only the poster, but also the show, in what should be an excellent card for fans in attendance. Sadly those not at the venue will need to wait a few days for the tape delay broadcast of the show.
On June 2nd Japanese fight fans at the Korakuen Hall will get the chance to see Japanese Middleweight champion Kazuto Takesako battling against Joel de la Cruz. The poster is a pretty simple one though makes Takesako look pretty imposing and like the star of the show, despite not even defending his title on the show. It's simple but effective.
On May 30th fight fans in Japan will be able to see Japanese Super Featherweight champion Masaru Sueyoshi defending his title against Tsuyoshi Tojo. The poster for the show sells hard on that bout, with some under-card fighters also on the poster, including the really exciting Hayate Kaji. The poster is really decent one, not an amazing one, but a really good one with a solid lead selling point and enough attention to the under-card to not make it look insignificant.
On April 7th fight fans in Japan will get the next Dynamic Glove card, which will be fough under Kadoebi's "Slugfest" banner. The head line bout will see Takenori Ohashi defending the Japanese Featherweight title against Taiki Minamoto with a supporting card featuring Kazuki Saito, Shoma Fukumoto, Akinori Watanabe and Ratchasi Sithsaithong. The poster sells the show well on the two main bouts, and is a nice, clear and clean poster. A really good effort
On March 3rd Japanese fight fans will get the next in Dynamic Glove series of shows. The card will be headline by Masayuki Ito, in what looks likely to be a world title "prelude". The card features a number of other notable names, including Yohei Tobe and Koki Eto, and they, along with Ito, are on the poster. The poster it's self makes Ito look like a star, and it's clear that G+ are going big on him and his potential to become one of Japan's next world champions.
On February 3rd fightic for us.t fans in Japan will get the chance to see Japanese Super Featherweight champion Masaru Sueyoshi defending his title against Ken Osato in the second Champion Carnival bout of 2018. The poster for the bout is a very simple one featuring the two fighters, and is sadly a bit under-whelming and too simplis
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