Sunday, a day of rest typically in the west was a busy day in Asia with cards in 3 separate countries.
The most notable of the 3 cards came in Fukuoka, Japan thanks to Orio Promotions.
The card featured several blow outs including notable wins for Yosuke Kirima (17-3-2, 12) and the Japanese based Mexican Cuauhtemoc Vargas (18-6-1, 12). Kirimi stopped Filipino journeyman Dennis Padua (9-8-2, 4) in 3 rounds whilst Vargas took out Alvin Tam (13-4, 3) in just 2 rounds.
There was also stoppage victories for Bejita Ishikawa (2-3-1, 1) who stopped Masaya Naganuma (1-1, 1) and the promising Takumi Sakae (5-0, 3) who took out Naoya Haruguchi (3-3, 1).
Also on the card was a victory for Yoshihiko Matsuo (15-5-5, 2) who out pointed Jong-Min Jung (4-6, 1) over 8 rounds, the distance that saw female fighter Satomi Nishimura (6-0, 1) claim a decision over Nongbua Lookprai-aree (8-10-1).
The only 6 rounder on the show was won by Takuro Habu (11-7-2, 3) who took a decision over Takayuki Teraji (4-5-1, 3). In 4 round action there was victories for Areji Kato (6-0, 1), Keisuke Nakayama (4-1, 2) and Ryoji Konishi (3-0, 1)
In Gimpo, South Korea we also had a card thanks to Puno Fight Promotion who ran their 4th show this year out of the Puno Boxing Gymnasium.
The show featuring 7 bouts saw a draw in the Featherweight division between Jung Do Hwang (2-0-1, 1) and Tae Young Go (0-1-2) and razor thin decision wins for Do Yun Kim (1-1)-who defeated Jung Hak Lee (0-1) and Sung Joo Park (2-0) who overcame Da Won Suh (0-3).
The remaining 4 bouts all finished early with Kwang Hoon Kim (2-1, 1) taking out Gyung Mo Yuh (0-4) in 38 seconds whilst Kwang Hyi Lee (2-1, 2) needed just 142 to stop Kyung Am Kim (0-2). The unbeaten Jae Wook Ma (2-0, 2) needed to go in to the second round for his stoppage of Yoon Ho Joo (0-1). The longest bout on the show saw promising Cruiserweight In Ho Cha (3-0, 3) stopping Ki Nam Kim (4-6-3, 2) at the very end of round 5.
In Sanaa, Yemen we had another under-the radar card that was headlined by domestic KO machine Ali Raymi (8-0, 8).
Aged 39 Raymi scored his second stoppage this month (and his 4th in 8 weeks) as he took out the 20 year old Farhan Shebana (1-1, 1) inside a round. This was the 8th straight opening round stoppage for Raymi who has moved into the top 150 on boxrec at Light Flyweight.
Also on the card was a 4 round decision victory for 22 year old Somalian debutant Abdu Aikar (1-0) who out pointed Yemnese 20 year old Ibrahim Azzani (0-1),
We try and give you the latest results on all the fights from Asia.