On November 21th Japanese fans get the Next A-sign boxing show, Dynamite Punch 103. The card isn't the biggest that we'llsee but it is an interesting one with fighters like Daiki Kaneko involved in the card. The show should be a good one, but likely won't get much attention in the West as the card doesn't really feature many fighters know outside of Japan.
On October 11th fight fans in Tokyo will get the next Dynamite Punch show, headlined by former world title challenger Ryo Akaho. The card isn't a hugely strong one but it is still an interesting one and it will be aired on A-Sign Boxing, with that being advertised at the bottom of the poster. Although the show isn't great the poster is a really good one with the bout list, the fighters images and the broadcast information. A solid effort for what is just a domestic show.
On July 19th Japanese fans have a chance to see the next Hikari Yokohama show, "Dynamite Punch 101" The poster for the card features the fighters from the show as well as other details, including the match ups and the general show details. Sadly the poster has promise but it's disappointing that much of the poster is essentially in grey scale. Interesting however the show ill be stream over the asign service, essentially making this show a PPV, a PPV with a grey scale poster...
This coming week isn't a big one in Asian boxing but there are some interesting bouts, many of which take place on "Dynamite Punch 100", a Yokohama Hikari card on May 19th. The poster for the card isn't the most exciting, but does feature former world title challenger Ryo Akaho in the key image. It's simple but clear sells it's self on Akaho, with some of the undercard bouts also given some of the poster space.
This Sunday Japanese fans get 3 shows, one of which is Dynamite Punch 99. The show isn't a huge one and doesn't have the most appealing of posters, but it should be a fun show for those in Miyazaki area.
On March 11th Japanese fans get a small treat as Akio Shibata defends his OPBF and Japanese titles against Hikaru Nishida on a card that also features Daiki Kaneko and Tomohiro Ebisu. The card is really good one and the poster is also a solid one, showing several of the notable fighters, the bout list and an exciting, fiery background. It's a solid poster for what should be a very good card.
This coming Thursday in Japan fans see Yokohama Hikari putting on a 9 fight show at the Korakuen Hall. The show features a number of interesting bouts, including a main event that features former Japanese Middleweight champion Tomohiro Ebisu.
The poster isn't one of our favourites. It's got some qualities that we like, such as the explosion in the center, however it leaves us uninspired due to the colour scheme. With some colour in the background this could have been enjoyable.
(Image courtesy of boxmob.jp)
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.