Tokyo, Japan The only show this coming Tuesday is a low profile one on Tuesday, but one that does have some notable domestic bouts.
In the main event the promising Noriaki Sato (3-1-1) face off against Kazuya Ito (11-4, 6). Although inexperienced Sato is Japanese ranked and coming in to this one on the back of a career best win over Valentine Hosokawa last time out. The once beaten Sato will be expected to over-come Ito here, especially given that Ito hasn't fought in 5 years, however Ito was promising before his long sabbatical and he's only 33 now.
In a supporting bout Shuji Hamada (13-8-4, 2) will be up against Ganbare Shota (12-6-1, 2) in what looks like a very competitive match up on paper. Hamada has won just 1 of his last 5 bouts, and has actually been stopped in his last 2 bout. Whilst that sounds ominous it's worth noting that Shota has just 2 wins in 19 bouts and has himself lost 3 of his last 5, including 2 stoppage defeats. This really could be an ultra-competitive match up, despite the records of the being less that flattering.
In another supporting bout fans will see recent Japanese title challenger Ryuta Otsuka (15-9-2, 5) battle against a Thai foe.