The most notable of two Thai shows, featured four contests, was headlined by PABA Welterweight super champion Teerachai Kratingdaenggym (23-0, 17) who successfully retained his title as he stopped Kazakhstan's Omar Marabayev (1-2) in the fifth round.
On the undercard Stamp Kiatniwat (5-0, 2) took a quick victory over Indonesia's John Bima (3-6-3, 2) whilst Chatpetch Sithmorseng (5-3, 1) took a decision over the limited Safwan Lombok (1-21-1) and Phompetch Kilasportsgym (1-0) claimed a debut victory over Ratchasak Looksaikongdin (0-1).
On a second Thai show Kongprai Sor Suradech (1-0) took a debut victory over Khunsuk Naphapitakchol (0-1).
Over in Japan, Misako put on a nine fight show at the Korakuen Hall. This show began with four bouts scheduled for 4 rounds. These saw Fumihiro Ijima (1-1) scoring his first victory with a decision over Yoshihiko Suzuki (0-3), Takahiro Onjuku (2-2, 1) taking a very slim decision over Taiyo Gunjima (1-3, 1), Kazutaka Matsunishi (1-0-1) fighting to a draw with Akira Kokubo (1-3-1) and Mitsushige Takahoshi (1-3, 1) stopping Keigo Oshima (0-4).
Following the 4 rounders we moved on to a pair of 6 rounders. These saw Seiji Watanabe (5-3-1, 2) taking a split decision over Takahiro Iida (4-3-1, 2) and Shun Shimazaki (6-4, 1) out pointing Kenta Toi (2-4) via a close and hard fought decisio.
The show finished with a trio of bouts scheduled for 8 rounds. These saw Yudai Ueno (7-5-2, 6) stopping Osamu Hashimoto (8-6, 1) in 3 rounds, Shamgar Koichi (17-5-1, 10) taking 6 rounds to defeat Satoshi Momota (9-9, 4) and Yusuke Sakashita (10-4-2, 6) took out Yuki Fukumoto (15-8, 5) in the second round.