Senrima Super Fight Vol 65
On October 16th we get the next show from Senrima Kobe Promotions. The event, which will feature several interesting lower level domestic Japanese bouts, including Hiroyuki Takahara facing Kyohei Tonomoto and Seira Kishida battling Morihisa Iju. The poster is a simple design, but features a lot of information. We're not a huge fan of it, but it's clear and clean and not over-crowded.
Senrima Super Fight Vol 64
On May 1st Senrima Kobe will be putting on their next event, and it's not a bad one, with a really interesting main event between Keisuke Iwasaki and Hiroki Tokuyama. The poster is, like many from Senrima Kobe's team, a bit dull and uninspired. It's nice to see so many fighters on the poster, but it just doesn't click as a poster in a way that we like to see. We also feel the poster has too much text on it, especially in the bottom half, which just makes the poster feel somewhat awkward.
Senrima Super Fight Vol 63
On November 28th Sentima Kobe will be putting on a show at the Kobe Art Center. The main event is an interesting match up between Hiroki Tokuyama and Ryosuke Nasu. The poster has a lot going on with it, but sadly it does little to really to really excite fans and like many Senrima Kobe shows the poster keeps a style that is very similar to other shows in the Super Fight series. It just feels a bit dated and dull now a days.
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.