On January 28th we'll get the conclusion of the exciting God's Left Bantamweight tournament, as Kazuki Nakajima and Seiya Tsutsumi clash in the final. As well as the mouth watering main event the under-card is solid and also features a WBO female Minimumweight title bout, between Etsuko Tada and Ayaka Miyao. The poster really gets it right in selling the tournament final as huge, but also featuring a splattering of the undercard talent. A real good effort.
On November 9th we see the wonderful God's Left Tournament resurface as we get the semi final bouts, on what is a genuinely stacked card. The show not only features the return of Tsubasa Koura, following his OPBF title loss earlier this year but also a Japanese title eliminator, between former Japanese Featherweight champion Taiki Minamoto and Takuya Watanabe, and both of the God's Left tournament semi-final bouts, pitting Seiya Tsutsumi and Kenya Yamashita in one of them and Jin Minamide against Kuzuki Nakajima in the other. The poster makes the show look big and it's a good poster, for a very good show.
On July 23rd we see the God's Left tournament begin in Tokyo, the 7 man Bantamweight knockout tournament is seen as a really exciting competition and will almost certainly put the winner in the mix, immediately, for a national or regional title fight. The tournament kicks off with 6 of the 7 men competing on July 23rd, and they featured on the poster around the tournaments logo. As well as those 6 men we can see images of two of the fighters on the supporting under-card, giving this poster a really good image of what's on offer. A very good poster for an excellent show.
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.