On September 16th we get the next card in the Gouken series of shows, and this one is particularly interesting with two title bouts on it. The main event will see Daiki Tomita battle Hayato Yamaguchi for the WBO Asia Pacific Light Flyweight title whilst the other will be a Japanese female Bantamweight title bout between Kanako Taniyama and Tomoko Okuda. Sadly for such an interesting card we see the typical Gouken poster, which always looks a bit, second rate. This is a clear case of the show being better than the poster, sadly.
On April 7th fight fans in Sakai City will get the chance to see the next card under the Gouken banner. The show will feature a number of notable fighters, including Daiki Tomita, Hiroshige Osawa and Daisuke Watanabe. Sadly whilst there is real talent on the show, the poster is really poor and boring.
One of two Japanese shows on December 24th will be The Gouken Stage 14 & Apollo KO Live. This show lacks big names and doesn't really have much worthy of attention. Despite that the poster does seem to have a Christmas them of red and white, with what looks like almost snow flakes. It's a simple design, and one that is flawed, but it is trying to sell a very weak show.
Every major fight needs good promotional posters. This part of AsianBoxing will try and feature some of those posters.