In regards to the biggest fight of the day we actually feel it's in Bangkok as the unbeaten Teerachai Kratingdaenggym (23-0, 17) defends his PABA Welterweight super title against Mexican foe Fernando Castaneda (21-7, 14). We've no idea how this has been sanctioned as a PABA title fight though it should prove to be a decent test for Teerachai who probably needs a better test before moving much further with his career.
Castaneda, a former interim world title challenger, is the best opponent Teerachai has faced though we feel that the Thai should remain undefeated.
This card, which will be televised on Thai Channel 7 is expected to have other bouts, though unfortunately we're not sure on what those bouts will be.
Although the biggest fight is in Thailand we think the best fight is actually in Japan on "Dangan 92" as we get a Japanese title fight and a further 6 contests.
The main event, a bout for the vacant Japanese Minimumweight title, will see Go Odaira (8-3-3, 1) tackling Masashi Tada (11-3-1, 7) in what looks like a genuine 50-50 contest. If Odaira can take the power of Tada then we swing towards him, though with Tada having genuine power at both Minimumweight and Light Flyweight he certainly has a big enough dig on his to make things very interesting.
Whilst the main event is the stand out contest we've got to admit we're just as excited about the co-feature which sees Kohei Kubo (16-4-1, 11) fighting Hayato Kimura (20-5, 15) in what is potentially a firefight between two hard punching fighter who can both be hurt.
Although boxrec currently lists a bout between Hiroaki Teshigawara (8-1-1, 4) and Yuta Nakagawa (11-4-1, 7), a bout that is also shown n the poster, this contest is actually off, unfortunately. As a result the scheduled 8 bouts have been cut down to just 7.
The Tokyo show may not have the best fight of the day, but certainly has a very inte