On April 3rd Mitsuki Promotions will be hosting a shot in Osaka, the 21st show under their Mitsuki Cup banner. The card isn't a huge one, but does have an interesting main event, as Daiki Tomita clashes with Yoshiki Yamashita. The poster sells the show hard on that main event, though sadly we feel the poster tries to do too much with the second half and it loses the impact of pushing the main event in the way they do. It's not a bad poster, but it's one where we like half of it and think the other half actually takes away from what they've done.
On December 12th fight fans in Osaka get a small card from Mitsuki Promotions. The card is certainly not a big one, but it is an interesting one, headlined by a very interesting match up between Kimihiro Nakagawa and Yu Konomura. The poster isn't the best, but it's still a pretty interesting one, for what is a lower tier Japanese card.
On September 23rd Sakai City holds a low key card headlined by a solid main event between Kanta Fukui and Kanta Takenaka. The card is certainly not a huge one, by any stretch, but the poster does look interesting. There's a clear main event on the poster, but a modern, busy look to things at the same time. A solid effort for a low tier local show.
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.