This coming Wednesday sees Japanese fans in Kyoto having the chance to see several notable bouts. One of those will feature unbeaten prospect Reiya Konishi whilst the other will feature once beaten Bantamweight hopeful Shohei Omori. The poster features Omori as the star, and he is headlining the card, whilst Konishi gets a lesser portion of the poster, along with Tamao Ozawa and Mari Ando. The poster isn't the most exciting but it says what it is and doesn't try to hide the fact that it's not a huge card.
On April 16th Japanese fans in Kyoto will get the chance to see two notable local fighters in action. One of those fighters is Kota Tokunaga, who defends the Japanese Lightweight title against the teak tough and exciting Nihito Arakawa, and the other is Shohei Omori, who looks to bounce back from his first career defeat. The three men mentioned are all on the poster for the show, though we must admit the poster does look pretty basic in all honesty.
One of the most promising shows of the month happens this coming Wednesday in Kyoto, Japan as fans get the chance to see two local champions defending against local challengers. The card may not be the most stacked but it promises to feature an explosive clash at Lightweight, between Kota Tokunaga and Yuhei Suzuki, as well as the next step in the career of the wonderfully gifted Shohei Omori, who defends his Bantamweight title against Hirofumi Mukai. It really is a card that could have everything.
We live the poster, really it looks classy and sharp with the 4 main fighters all in the center. Sadly however we don't know what Woz were doing with the naming of the show, "Live Boxing" doesn't really sum up the card like they should have done. Still thank you Woz for putting this show together!
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.