On December 9th we'll get the next Pegasus Super Fight show, headlined by Giraffe Kirin Kanda. The poster pushes Kanda like a star, but the reality is that the poster isn't very exciting and is rather weirdly done in regards to the layers on the image...a less than great poster.
On August 12th we'll get the next card under the Pegasus Super Fight series of shows. The card, headlined by recent Japanese title contender Ryoki Hirai, also features fighters like Giraffe Kirin Kanda and Kazuya Murata. The design for the poster is half decent, having both colour and details on it, but it certainly wouldn't be considered one of our favourite posters of 2018.
On April 22nd we'll get "Pegasus Super Fight Vol 22". The show has it's own full show poster, but the card also has this promotional poster to advertise the main event, or rather the fact that Ryoki Hirai will be in the main event, as he fights Shin Ono for the Japanese Minimumweight title. The poster is a pretty basic design but one we rather like and it's always nice to see when these types of things are done along side the official show posters.
On April 22nd fight fans in Kobe will get the chance to see a Japanese Minimumweight title fight, as Ryoki Hirai and Shin Ono battle for the title vacated by Reiya Konishi earlier this year. The poster features not only the main event but a lot of the under-card too, including 2-time world title challenger Teiru Kinoshita, who is probably the most recognisable man on the poster for international fight fans. Its a busy poster, but not a bad one by any stretch of the imagination.
On December 16th fight fans in Hyogo will get the next Senrima Kobe promoted "Pegasus Super Fight" show. The card isn't the most stacked, but does feature some notable fighters, including 2-time world title challenger Teiru Kinoshita and world ranked fighter Ryoki Hirai. The poster is a packed one, and whilst it does have a bit of a disorganised feel we do liek it, especially with the continued used of a Giraffe to represent Giraffe Kirin Kanda.
On August 20th we see the Senrima Kobe gym put on their next show. It's not a big one, by any stretch of the imagination, but it is an interesting one with a meaningful main event between Ryoki Hirai and Kenta Matsui, with the winner becoming the next mandatory title challenger for the Japanese Minimumweight title. Although neither man is well known we have been impressed by Hirai and suspect he's capable of winning a title, down the line. The poster includes Hirai as the man who looks like a star and a number of other fighters, along with the rather interesting image of a giraffe, likely to reference to fighter Giraffe Kirin Kanda who will also be in action.
This coming Sunday is a busy day in Japan. One of three Japanese shows takes place Hyogo and will feature the exciting Ukyo Yoshigai and the world ranked Ryoki Hirai. The card isn't a huge one but the show should be an interesting one at the lower levels. The poster is a simple one but does well to sell what is a relatively low key card.
December 18th is a busy day in Japan with a number of shows taking place across the country. One of those shows is the Senrima Kobe promoted Pegasus Super Fight Vol 51. The card is certainly not a huge one, but it does feature the notable Takumi Sakae. The poster is a basic one and one that suggests Teiru Kinoshita will be in action, though he's not actually scheduled to fight on the show.
This coming Sunday fight fans in Hyogo will get the chance to see former world title challenger Teiru Kinoshita continue to work his way back into contention, with the former contender headlining the latest Senrima Kobe card. The poster featured Kinoshita as one of 6 men on the poster which appears to have gone for some mystical forground imagery with some magical blue. Not the greatest poster and in fact the colour scheme seems more like a distraction.
One of the many cards this weekend in Japan is a Senrima Kobe card headlined by former world title challenger Teiru Kinoshita. The card is a relatively low profile one with a simple poster, featuring images of the fighters along with the details of the show and a bout list. It's certainly nothing special, but is certainly not the orst poster that we've seen recently.
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.