Firstly lets start at the beginning of the show.
The show, promoted by Ichiriki Promotions, kicked off with Golgo Nakagawa (2-1, 2) stopping debutant Shunsuke Mori (0-1) in the second round. This was followed by Muneyuki Kishii (2-1, 1) out pointing th previously unbeaten Takashi Yamaguchi (1-1), Yuda Arai (3-1-2, 2) blasting out Ryuichi Takahashi (1-4) in 2 rounds, Koki Kobayashi (2-0, 1) narrowly out pointing Reiya Abe (1-1) and Shinya Fujita (2-1-1, 1) taking a decision over Kensho Tokutome (1-2, 1) as we ran through the 4 round bouts.
It's fair to say that the 4 round bouts weren't the point of interest, instead if was the two bouts scheduled for 6 rounds.
The first of those saw Kenta Onjo (1-0, 1) making a blink and you miss it debut stopping Tanut Sitmanopchai (0-1) in just 41 seconds. It appears that Kenta was a good amateur though we're in the dark a little as to just how good he was.
The second 6 round contest saw the debut of Hikaru Marugame (1-0, 1). Muragame is perhaps one of the most-overlooked Japanese amateur of recent years having competed at the World Championships in 2009. Marugame made an impressive debut stopping Makoto Kato (7-7, 2) in the second round.
The show then closed off with two bouts scheduled for 8 round. These saw Takahisa Nayuki (10-9, 2) scoring his second career stoppage by stopping Kazuya Soma (5-4-2, 4) in round 7 and Japan's #10 ranked Lightweight Tsukasa Saito (17-2, 12) stopping Yoshinori Kanzaki (10-7-1, 5) early in round 4.