On February 3rd we get the next Dangan card, which is an all 4-round card. The poster is a simple generic one, like all these 4 round card from Dangan. Despite being a generic poster it does it's job in listing the bouts on it, and keeps things simple. We're not a huge fan of this type of poster, but it does it's job and doesn't really have someone to sell the show on.
At the end of October we get another of the Dangan all 4 round shows. As with the other 3 the card isn't a particularly notable one, but is again a show that promises a lot of low level, low key exciting action. The poster lists the bouts and uses a a rather generic boxing image. It gives off a clear feeling of a boxing show without a star, and that's fine when it comes to a show like this.
On August 6th fight fans in Japan will get their next dose of the Dangan 4 round series, with the third show of the year taking place. As with all these 4 round shows the focus in on excitement and action rather than quality and the shows are often wildly entertaining, even if they lack in terms of name value attractions.
On May 28th fight fans in Japan will get a Dangan show featuring a number of 4 round bouts. The card isn't a stacked one but should be a competitive one with pretty evenly matched bouts. The poster for the show is really generic and whilst it does look pretty cool it does seem more like a poster trying to sell a random boxing show rather than one with a real selling point. It does it's job, but doesn't do anything special.
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.