On December 2nd fight fans in Sanda will get the chance to see a notable card, featuring Japanese youth title fights at Featherweight and Flyweight and the ring return of Riku Kano following his loss earlier this year to Shin Ono. The poster is a busy one, but an effective one with the fighters on the show featured on the poster. It's simple, but effective.
On April 29th Taisei Promotions put on their nextshow, featuring Riku Kano in the main event, and a really interesting support bout between Hibiki Jogo and Yoshihiro Utsumi. The poster for the show sells the cafd heavily on Kano, but does feature a number of other man aswell as the bout list, in what is a pretty strong yet basic poster design.
On November 5th Japanese fight fans in Sanda will be able to get a really interesting card featuring a number of young Japanese hopefuls. Those hopefuls include Riku Kano, Futa Akizuki and Kazusa Arai, who is making his Japanese debut. The poster is a clear one with the ;ead fighters very clearly visible and whilst it's nothing special it's a design that works.
On May 5th the Taisei gym will be putting on their next show, headlined by a match up between former world title challengers Riku Kano and Jerry Tomogdan, who will be fighting for the WBO Asia Pacific Minimumweight title. The undercard features a number of Taisei fighters in what looks to be a solid looking show. The poster sells heavily on the main event but also features 5 of the fighters from the under-card, It's a nice design and although simplistic we do like it.
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.