All the major action today has taken place in Japan with 4 cards including a national title bout.
The most notable result of the day saw Japanese Minimumweight champion Ryji Hara (15-0, 10) managed to retain his title thanks to a 10 round decision over former opponent Shuhei Ito (12-3-1, 3). This was the second defense for Hara and may well be his last if he chooses to look towards the currently vacant OPBF title, last held by current world title holder Merlito Sabillo.
Hara's victory in Fuji was part of a 9 bout card promoted by Ohashi. The chief support bouts saw Go Odaira (8-3-3, 1) claiming a decision over Kazuma Kitahara (8-3-1, 4), Yuji Hasegawa (7-2, 1) stopping Yuki Tsuge (12-3, 6) and Kazuya Nakano (5-2, 5) stopping Komsun Prathomsao (0-1).
The cards other bouts, all scheduled for 4 rounds saw decision victories for Kosuke Mizuno (4-3-1, 2), Yuichi Sakuta (1-1) and Tomohiro Miyano (2-3, 1) as well as stoppage victories for Kenta Yokoe (2-4-1, 1) and Hikaru Ando (5-3, 3)
With the card in Fuji clearly being the most notable card, it's only real rival came from a card in the Convention Center, Ginowan, Okinawa as several notable names were in action.
From an international stand point the biggest name on the card was Filipino Jose Ocampo (17-6-1, 12) who had been lined up to face WBO Lightweight champion Ricky Burns in 2012. Ocampo's world credentials were questioned when he was signed up for that bout though were torn to pieces in Okinawa thanks to Koseki Nakama (16-4, 7) who stopped him in the 5th of scheduled 8 rounds.
It wasn't really a good day for visitors traveling to Okinawa as Go Onaga (20-2-2, 14) beat Filipino visitor Ryan Rey Ponteras (12-10-1, 6) by DQ, Masatoshi Kotani (12-2, 9) beat Thai Payanoi Jittygym (0-2) by decision and Tatsuya Miyamoto (10-10, 6 ) stopped Thai Kaolarnkao Kaolarnlekgym (0-1).
In lower profile bouts Shota Chinen (4-1-1, 3) returned to the ring for the first time since being stopped by Gosuke Seki in December 2010. Chinen could only manage a draw in his return due to Katsuhiko Kanno (8-6-7, 3) who was could well have won the bout himself.
The card also featured 3 novice bouts which all ended early as Morihisa Iju (1-0, 1) stopped Daiki Oshiro (0-3), Yasutaka Tanaka (1-1, 1) stopped Yoshiki Uehara (0-1) and Tatsuya Kuwae (1-0) blasted out Ryo Tatematsu (1-2, 1).
The other 2 cards were actually pretty weak with little in terms of known names or quantity.
In Tokyo Kitazawa Promotions put on a 4 bout show with Hiroki Saito (5-8, 3) claiming a split decision victory over Yuta Kohinata (5-4, 2) in the main event. The other bouts on the card saw stoppages as Kiyoto Oshiro (3-1, 2), Masayuki Ichikawa (1-0, 1) and Shunsuke Fukushima (1-1-1, 1) all scored early finishes.
The final show was a Piston Horiguchi Promotions show in City Sogo Gym, Chigasaki, Kanagawa. This show featured 8 bouts which saw debuting four-some Takamasa Kawahara (1-0), Toshizane Kinoda (1-0), Reiya Abe (1-0) and Ippei Azuma (1-0, 1) all getting off to winning starts in their professional career.
As well as the victories for the 4 debutants mentioned above there was also victories for Masaki Saito (9-9-3, 2) who stopped Kazunari Fujisawa (9-10-4, 2), Kazuaki Irisawa (6-5, 4) and Isamu Otsuka (2-1, 1).
The card did have one bout that saw an inconclusive end as Mineharu Sakaguchi (1-3-3) and Fukutaro Nishiyama (2-0-1) had to settle for a 3rd round technical draw.
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