The show in Japan, televised, at least partly by TBS, features and intriguing battle for the vacant IBF Super Flyweight title as former WBA Flyweight champion Daiki Kameda (28-3, 18) battles Rodrigo Guerrrero (19-4-1, 12) for the title Guerrero formerly held. A victory for Kameda would see him becoming the 3rd fighter in Japanese boxing history to claim an IBF title and also see him joining brothers Koki and Tomoki as active current champions. Saying that though Guerrero will have more than just a few words to say for himself and this is far from a foregone conclusion.
The rest of the card sees 3 or 4 bouts starting with an all debutant match up between Takahiro Mori (0-0) and Masashi Katayama (0-0), this will be followed up by Riichi Kawase (3-4-2, 1) taking on Ryo Kosaka (6-2-1, 3).
The only really interesting undercard bout sees Akinori Watanabe (28-4, 25) fight Jaypee Ignacio (9-15-2, 2) in what should be one-sided but help prepare Watanbe for a more notable bout in the near future,
In the other bout, which we think is a "floater" Hironori Miyake (1-0, 1) will be fighting Taichi Sugimori (0-1). Where not sure on where on the card this bout will be though we do expect it will happen at some point.
Prior to the Japanese fight we are expecting a WBA "interim" Super Fyweight title bout in Thailand as former world champions collide again. This time it will be the experienced Denkaosan Kaovichit (61-3-1, 26) taking on Japanese hard man Nobuo Nashiro (19-5-1, 13). Although Japanese fighters have often struggled in Thailand we do favour Nashiro here with Kaovichit certainly having seen better days in his career.
Unfortunately we're unsure what other bouts will be on this card.