On February 11th fight fans in Hiroshima will get the chance to see OPBF Light Flyweight champion Edward Heno defending his title against local fighter Koji Itagaki. The poster is similar to many of the
SANEI FIGHT PROBOXING posters, and doesn't look great, though attempts to sell the show heavily on the OPBF title and on Itagaki's inclusion. We do wonder if this would have been more effective had Heno been more noticeable, rather than buried in the background.
On October 8th fight fans in Hiroshima will get the chance to see a Japanese Light Flyweight title eliminator, as Koki Ono takes on Koji Itagaki, wth the card also featuring the likes of Takumi Sakae. The poster is a simple one, and clearly sells on the main event. It's not an amazing poster, but it's a solid one, selling the show well.
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.