On March 11th fight fans in Kagoshima get their next "Kagoshima Soulbox" card, and it's a pretty interesting one. The main even is a very good match up between Naoya Haruguchi and Jeffrey Galero, whilst other on the card include Shuma Nakazato and Change Hamashima. The poster has a really nice artistic style to it and we eally like this one.
On May 14th Japanese fans in Kagoshima get a low key show which promises to pretty interesting match ups, even if the hard isn't set to be anything big. The show ios headlined by Naoya Haruguchi and it's he who features the most heavily on the poster, those it also features some other notable regional names in what short be an entertaining but low key card.
Japanese fans get two shows this weekend, one of which will take place in Kagoshima and feature a number of low level fighs. The card might not be huge but the show does appear to have a number of guests, including teo former world champions, which should add some intrigue.
In Kagoshima fans will get the chance to see a low profile card which will be headlined by a bout between Takayuki Teraji and Naoya Haruguchi. The bout isn't a huge one but the card does have a rather good looking poster with a lot of the fighters on it, including one of the main event fighters. Simple but effective.
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