The most notable card takes place in Osaka.
The main event of the card will see Japanese ranked Super Flyweight contender Ken Osato (11-1-1, 4) take on Sho Nagata (7-3, 2) in what looks like a pretty solid match up, but one that Osato should win as he looks to progress towards a Japanese title fight,potentially at some point in 2018.
In the chief support bout we'll see Japanese ranked Super Bantamweight Yuta Uetani (20-5-1, 10) take on a Thai visitor, in what should be a straight forward win for Uetani. A third bout of note will see Japanese and OPBF ranked Bantamweight Tenta Kiyose (12-2-1, 5) take on Rungniran Korat Sport School (5-12, 4), in another Japan Vs Thailand bout.
A second Japanese show will take place in Aichi, and is also headlined by a Japanese ranked fighter and features a Japan Vs Thailand bout in the chief support contest..
The Japanese ranked fighter here is Akihiro Toya (7-2, 1), a ranked Flyweight, who will be taking on domestic foe Hiroki Yajima (7-5-3, 3), in what could be a very competitive contest. The 8 rounder isn't going to set the world alight, but it should be a good, well matched, and competitive contest.
In the leading supporting bout we'll see Takashi Igarashi (10-3, 3) take on Thai visitor Adundet Saithonggym (0-1). Igarashi has won his last 3 and seems to be building a bit of career momentum, but is certainly being allowed to build his confidence before being stepped up too far.
As well as the action in Japan there is also a show planned for Azerbaijan. There are few details of this show, though we have been informed that Rauf Aghayev (21-6, 9) will be in action against a yet to be announced opponent.