The main fighter on the poster is of course Mr Nishizawa who is posing with his 3 belts. As well as the belts he also has more than a few wrinkles, that's because he's old. Nishizawa, who started his career way back in 1986 is 48 years old and as such he's wearing his age a bit. Despite his age however he is a popular fighter in both Japan and in Australia, where he's fought much of his career over the last 6 years.
Best known for losing a WBA Super Middleweight title fight to Anthony Mundine and a WBC Super Middleweight title fight to Markus Beyer, both in 2004, Nishizawa is certainly a man who perhaps has been forgotten by the Western world.
The rest of the poster is a bit disappointing really. Whilst Nishizawa is the main attraction the poster does limit the visualisation of the 16 fighters in competitive bouts who are left with very small inset pictures.