On September 20th we're expecting the next show in the Dynamic Young Fight Boxing series. The series is one of the lesser known ones in Japan but generally tends to provide exciting action and fun. Sadly however the posters for the series tends to be rather poor ones and that's the case again here with a rather dull and uninspired one. The poster literally tries to jam all the fights and fighters on it, and looks like a mess as a result. It's certainly not a fun or eye catching poster.
On September 22nd in Tsukuba fight fans will next the next show in the Dynamic Young Fight Boxing series, headlined by the fun to watch Tatsuya Takahashi, who takes up the center of the show's poster. The poster is pretty simple, yet sells hard on Takahashi and on the usual branding of the series. The poster does well to try and interest fans in the overall show, with a bout list, but it is very simple and certainly not the most attractive poster we'll see this year.
This coming Saturday we get the chance to see one of our favourite Japanese fighters in action Tatsuya Takahashi takes to the ring in the next "Dynamic Young Fight Boxing" card. The show certainly isn't one of the most exciting but it's overall a domestic type card to help keep their fighters active.
The poster isn't great, it's not terrible but it does look quite a lot like the low level Dangan posters which appear to be selling more on "we have boxing!" than what the actual show is brings for it's self. It's a shame but understandable.
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One of the final Japanese shows this month comes from Tsukuba and although it's only a small, low profile card it does have interest fighter or two on it. The main event will feature Tatsuya Takahashi, the main man on the poster.
In regards to the poster not only does it feature the 3 men involved on the show but it also features a bout list and various details regarding the show. We won't pretend it's an amazing poster but the details and the such are all there. It's just a shame that the images are relatively weak and the trio of fighters involved aren't very recognisable. We've got to admit however that we do like the "shadow effect" use in the main graphic.
(Image courtesy of boxrec.com)
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.