For us the most interesting result in Osaka saw the highly regarded Shohei Omori (9-0, 5) scoring his most notable victory to date. Omori, a fast rising prospect, surprisingly took out Kiron Omura (11-3, 9) in just 92 seconds. With the Japanese fighters currently dominating the Bantamweight division with Shinsuke Yamanaka and Koki Kameda holding world world titles and Tomoki Kameda challenging for one soon it appears that Omori maybe looking to join Ryosuke Iwasa in the hunt for a title fight.
Surprisingly Omori's quick KO was the cards only stoppage victory with the other 6 bouts going to a decision. There was however a technical decision as
Takeshi Nakayama (2-4-2, 1) defeated Shota Fujii (1-9) via a 4th round technical decision.
The card saw two split decisions with Takahiko Nakajima (2-3-1) narrowly over-coming Takashi Kii (1-3) in a 4 round bout and Kota Tokunaga (10-2, 7) claiming and 8 round split over Ryo Nakajima (18-6, 10).
In the remaining 4 round bouts Shingo Kawamura (4-1, 1) defeated Kyohei Tonomoto (1-1, 1) and Yuki Takahashi (1-0) was successful on debut defeating fellow debutant Shosui Kitajima (0-1).
The remaining bout on the card was a competitive 8 round contest between Yuki Takemoto (13-18-2, 6) and Ryota Kihara (6-6-4, 5) which was won by Takemoto.