On December 12th Taiho Boxing Gym will put on the next show in their long running Champion's Road series of cards. The event is certainly not a major card, but it does feature some very interesting Japanese prospects, with Yusuke Mine and Tulio Dekanarudo both in action against much more established fighters. The poster, sadly, looks a bit empty and uninspired, which is a shame given the two main bouts are deserving of genuine attention and this poster won't generate much attention for them.
On August 18th the Taiho Boxing Gym will be putting on their next Champion's Road card. The poster is a simple one, featuring the Osato Brothers, Noboru and Ken. There's little more to the poster than the two fighters and the general text based information, but it does look pretty decent, just not outstanding.
On December 16th we'll see the inform Dynamic Kenji taking on Naoto Iwai on the next Champions road card. The poster for the bout is a very simple one, and a pretty weak one if we're being totally honest.
On September 9th fight fans in Fukuoka will get the third in the "Champions Road" series of shows, with this one being headlined by a contest between Yuki Ozawa and Katsuhiko Kanno. The card isn't a big one, but does have a pretty interesting looking poster, also featuring the legendary Yoko Gushiken. There's a nice concept on the poster, and the colour scheme is pretty good, but there is a lot more they could have done to have improved it. A nice idea, but one they may want to do more with if they revisit it in the future.
On November 5th fight fans in Fukuoka get the chance to see a relatively low key card, with a main event featuring Ryota Ishida battling Yuki Ozawa. The card isn't a big one, but does look like it has some interesting low level domestic bouts on it. Unfortunately the poster looks mostly over-crowded and messy and we're really fans of ones liek this.
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