On November 16th we get the next WP Boxing event, headlined by Nick Frese, who takes over Kenbati Haiyilao in a bout for the WBC Asian Boxing Council Welterweight title. The poster, like all the WP Boxing posters, is a basic design with more of a bout listing than an exciting poster deign. It does push the WP Boxing brand, but maybe it does need a shake up overall, the shows are quality, but the posters aren't.
The next WP Boxing card is set to take place on November 19th and whilst the card isn't a huge one is it headlined by rising prospect Chainoi Worawut, who will be up against Alvin Medura, and supported by a number of All Thailand boxing tournament bouts. The poster isn't anything special, but does give a list of the fights on the show and continues to push the WP Boxing brand.
The next WP Boxing event will take place on September 21st and will see Petchbarngborn Kokietgym headline against Renz Rosia. The poster for the show feature the two men, on a rather dull an uninspired background. It's not a bad poster, just a boring one.
On April 20th we'll get the next WP Boxing card, thanks to Thai channel Workpoint. The upcoming card isn't one of the biggest ones but does feature a number of notable fighters, including a really bizarre co-feature bout between former WBO Bantamweight champion Pungluang Sor Singyu and former OPBF Super Featherweight champion Carlo Magali. This really is an odd one. The poster is just the same old WP Boxing style image, but if it works why meddle with it?
This coming weekend we will see a return of the popular WP Boxing series. The show is a pretty stacked one with the likes of Apichet Petchmanee and Amnet Ruenroeng. The poster is pretty weak if we're being honest, but we're glad to see WP Boxing back after a few months without the series.
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.