On January 26th 2021 Yamaguchi Tsuchiura Promotions will put on their next show under the "Dynamic Young Fight Boxing" series. The show isn't a big one, but it does feature a brilliant Japanese Featherweight bout between Daisuke Watanabe and Kawano Yosuke. The design keeps the style of most other posters in this series, though it does seem like Daisuke Watanabe is the focus of the poster, and not Tatsuya Takahashi who is usually the focus of the shows promoted by Yamaguchi Tsuchiura.
In July 2013 we had one of the Dynamic Young Fight Boxing series. Sadly the poster is a very basic one, selling the show on Tatsuya Takahashi with a bout list and a pretty unimaginative design. Just very weak overall here.
Way back on April 1st 2013 we got a Yamaguchi Tsuchiura Promotions event from Korakuen Hall headlined by their Bantamweight hopeful Tatsuya Takahashi, who faced Akinori Hoshino. Sadly the poster, like many under the Dynamic Young Fight Boxing series, was less than great. It focused heavily on Takahashi but really had little else to get too excited about. A pretty forgettable effort if we're being honest.
Way back in January 2013 a then fresh faced Tatsuya Takahashi headlined at Korakuen Hall, facing Masahiro Ishida in a 4 rounder. The poster, like any in the Dynamic Young Fight Boxing is a bit simple and uninspiring, but it does keep the same branding we see in the newer shows from the same company. Being honest we don't like the poster, but it is interesting to see Takahashi headlining shows more than 7 years ago!
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.
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