On May 30th Ichino Boxing put on a small show at the Messe Wing Mie, in Mie. The show is a small one, but it's one that has a really solid poster, highlighting 3 of the fighters on the card and giving a lot of details of the show. It's simple, but an effective poster and one that we do like. It makes a small show seem important, and that is genuinely, what a poster for a show like this needs to do. A very solid poster.
On April 14th we get the next show in the Real Fight series, and we like this one, a lot. It's not the most eye catching or packed poster but it does have a cool colour scheme and looks kinda like a wanted poster. Maybe we're just easily pleased, but we like this look of this, for what is a lower level card.
In Mie on Apri 15th fans will see a relatively low key card headlined by the once beaten Tetsu Araki taking on Yuto Nakamura. The card is a pretty low key one, though the poster does a good job in selling the show, and even advertises an appearance from Koki Kameda, which will certainly help bring fans to the show.
In Mie this coming Sunday Japanese fans get a low profile card, including the really promising Junto Nakatani. The card isn't a huge one but is an interesting one and should be a fun one for fans. The poster is an interesting one, selling not only on the boxing but also the guest stars for the show. A solid and eye catchign poster.
This coming Monday Japanese fans get two separate shows. One of those shows comes from Kusunoki Green Park Gym and is a relatively low level card with one of the most notable names featuring on it being Yusuke Nakagawa. It's a busy poster but not the best of shows.
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.