There isn't much action this coming Sunday but what there is is pretty important as fans in Kyoto get the chance to see a female world title fight. The bout in question will see former WBO female Minimumweight champion Su-Yun Hong (14-1-1, 7) battle against former OPBF female Super Flyweight champion Tamao Ozawa (12-3, 4). The two women will be battling for the vacant WBO female Light Flyweight, which was vacated earlier this year by Louisa Hawton.
Sadly other than the main event, the rest of the card is very, very poor.
A second show from Japan is again a low key affair but it does have a notable main event as Japanese ranked Minimumweight contender Naoyo Haruguchi (12-7, 6) takes on Norihito Tanaka (15-5, 8). Haruguchi, who has won his last 4, will be risking his JBC ranking here and will know that a loss will set back his dreams of fighting for a Japanese title. As for Tanaka the bout will see him fight for just the second time in 5 years, following a successful ring return in February.
In the lead support bout fans will see female fighter Miyo Yoshida (6-1) battle against Filipino visitor Kim Actub (4-7-1, 3) in an 8 rounder. This should be an interesting test for Yoshida, especially given the fact Actub did give Ayumi Goto a good test earlier this year.