On January 27th we'll get the next Dynamic Young Fight Boxing card, headlined by an 8 rounder between Japanese ranked Bantamweights Ikuro Sadatsune and Naoto Fujimoto. The poster involved a lot of text, which we're not fans of, though does do well in trying to push the two main bouts. It's not great, but it's certainly not a terrible poster.
We get the next Dynamic Young Fight Boxing show on November 9th, and although it's not a huge card it's one that promises a thrilling main event as Tatsuya Takahashi takes on Ben Mananquil in a very interesting looking match up. The poster keeps the typical Dynamic Young Fight Boxing design, which isn't great, but it does continue to sell Takahashi as a star, and he's certainly a fighter who's always fun to watch.
On July 22nd fans in Japan will see the next Dynamic Young Fight Boxing show, which will be a double main event. The main bouts will feature the always fun to watch Tatsuya Takahashi, taking on Junnosuke Nagayasu, and Dai Iwai battling Daisuke Watanabe, in a really good domestic bout. The poster sells those bouts, as well as the card. It's not a spectacular poster by any stretch, but it's a solid one for the level of show we're getting.
On April 15th fight fans at the Korakuen Hall will get the next show in the Dynamic Young Fight Boxing series. Headlined by Tatsuya Takahashi, and with Yuki Beppu in the chief support bout the card promises excitement. The poster does a good job at selling the two biggest names on the show, and it's certainly not a bad poster by any stretch.
On January 25th Japanese fight fans see the first Dynamic Young Fight Boxing card of 2019, headlined by the popular Tatsuya Takahashi taking on Gaku Aikawa. The poster featured a lot of the fighters on the card, but to us it looks less than spectacular, in fact it's just a bit of a mismash, rather than a solid idea. A poor effort overall.
On July 6th fight fans will see the ring return of Japanese and OPBF ranked Welterweight hopeful Yuki Beppu, who is set to take on a Thai in what looks to be one final tune up before a potential title fight. Beppu will headline the show, which will feature a couple of decent support bouts. The poster for the card has the typical "Dynamiic Young Fight Boxing" look, which is a bit dull, but does make Beppu look like a major star, and makes his opponent look a lot more important than he actually is.
On April 2nd Yamaguchi Tsuchiura will be putting on their next show, headline by Taustuya Takahashi. The card isn't anything anything special, but the poster does try to sell Takahashi as a special attraction, and it does pretty well on that front, just sadly the show lacks the match ups to to realy back up Takahashi's appeal.
The second Japanese card set for 2018 will be the next under the Dynamic Young Fight Boxing banner, and will feature Yuki Beppu, Tatsuya Takahashi and Yuichiro Kasuya. The poster features those three on it, but really doesn't do a lot to sell the actual card, other than describing it as a doublemain event card. We like the men involved but they need to be matched well to make the show worth while, and unfortunately it doesn't look like they are.
On July 3rd fight fans in Tokyo will see former world title Jetro Pabustan battle Japanese warrior Tatsuya Takahashi in a potential thriller for the WBO Asia Pacific Bantamweight title. The poster sells the show primarily on that bout, which really should be a fun and wild contest between two men who are flawed, but generally happy to let their hands go. The poster is simple, but the reality is that the poster does do a good job of selling the show, even if it could be better.
On March 31st we'll see Yamaguchi Tsuchiura Promotions put on their next show, headlined by Tatsuya Takahashi. The poster is a simple one, listing the bouts, the details of the card and selling on Takahashi as the main image. It's a simple but effective poster.
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.