On September 26th we'll see the next show from Shinsei who are putting on a rather notable card in Kobe. The main event will be the first world title fight in Japan since boxing restarted there, matching WBO Atomweight champion Mika Iwakawa against Nanae Suzuki. Other on this card include former world champion Shun Kubo and the returning Kohei Oba, who hasn't fought since 2014. The poster here makes the fighters look important, a lot of silverware on their shoulders. It might not be the best poster but it is an eye catching one, and really does sell Kubo as a big deal.
We get the next Shinsei promoted card on March 7th as "Real Spirits Vol 68" takes place in Kobe city. The event is certainly not the biggest show of the year, but with notable names through out the card it is one worthy of attention. The main event will feature OPBF female champion Wakako Fujiwara, whilst supporting bouts feature the likes of Hiroshige Osawa and Tetsuro Ohashi. The poster keeps the same sort of design as others in the "Real Spirits" series, which does work, but we do wonder about the choices of images used to make the poster, and the lack of details regarding the "opponents available on the poster image.
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.