At the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo the American born Japanese based Light Middleweight Charlie Ota (23-1-1, 16) successfully defended his OPBF title belt as he stopped former Japanese Welterweight champion Koji Numata (20-7-1, 15).
Ota-born Charles Bellamy may have been born and raised in New York but has made his home in Japan where he has fought all but 1 of his 25 bouts. Having been the Japanese Light Middleweight champion and now having made an impressive 8 defenses of the OPBF title it wouldn't be out of the question to see him challenging for a world title somewhere down the line (he is currently ranked by the WBA, WBC and WBO).
Also on the card was a decision victory over 8 rounds for Mikiya Ishikawa (8-4, 1) who over-came regular loser Kenta Motoki (6-7-1, 1). This loss was Motoki's 4th in a row over the past 2 years and may well be the end of his career.
The featured 5 other bouts with stoppages in 4 of them. The winners of those 4 bouts were Yusuke Tachikawa (9-3-1, 3), Kenyu Ojima (5-1, 3), Reo Komiyama (4-1-3, 4) and Masafumi Ando (1-2, 1) whilst Ryuji Hirano (5-2-1) had to settle for a decision victory.
In Thailand former world champion Suriyan Sor Rungvisai (27-5-1, 10) successfully defended his WBC Asian Boxing Council Bantamweightas he out pointed Filipino challenger Renz Llagas (6-5-1, 4). Llagas showed some that he's a solid enough journeyman but Suriyan's lack of power, especially at Banamweight, could prevent him from having real success at 118.
The Thai show featured 4 other bouts, all scheduled for 6 rounds. They saw 2 decision victories as Napapol Sor Rungvisai (58-3-1, 46) beat Julius Alcos (20-12, 3) and Kongfah Nakornluang (4-0, 1) defeated debutant Kwanchai Sithsaithong (0-1).
As well as those decision victories there was also stoppages in massive mismatches between with Yodchanchai Nakornloung Promotion (21-3, 17) blasting out Chansak Sor Ratidech (0-1) in a round and Chaiyong Sithsaithong (31-10-3, 22) stopping Jen Yu Jia (2-6-2, 1).