The show kicked off with a second round blast out victory for Shuzo Inada (3-0, 2) who stopped the debuting Makoto Mizoshita (0-1)with 69 seconds of the round left. This was followed up by a trio of opening round victories as Japanese fighters took advantage of weak Thai opponents. These bouts saw Yuki Yonaha (2-0, 2) stopping Thoedkiad Singhamanasak (0-3), Shun Kubo (2-0, 2) taking out debutant Naranivat Jullabut (0-1) and Shota Yamaguchi (10-1, 7) also feating on a debuting opponent in the form of Chamuakpetch Por Panya (0-1).
Thankfully the two main bouts did manage to go a bit further than the opening bouts, though unfortunately they were equally as mismatched with Shohei Okuda (9-0, 4) defeating Eaknamphol Mor Krungthep Thonburi (0-4-1) via an 8 round decision. to complete a 4-0 sweep by Japan over Thailand.
The Okuda bout was followed by the main event and arguably the only match that looked even semi-competitive on paper as Yuhei Suzuki (13-3, 10) stopped the experienced Hirotsugu Yamamoto (15-9-2, 2). This bout, like the Okuda bout, lasted a bit longer than the others, in fact it took Suzuki until round 8 to finally stop Yamamoto.