February 13th 2020-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Shuichiro Yoshino (11-0, 9) vs Izuki Tomioka (7-2-1, 2)
This past Wednesday fight fans in Tokyo saw OPBF, WBO Asia Pacific and Japanese Lightweight champion Shuichiro Yoshino [吉野 修一郎] defending his national title in a mandatory defense against Izuki Tomioka [富岡樹] as part of the Champion Carnival.
October 26th 2019-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Kazuki Saito (7-1, 5) vs Izuki Tomioka (6-2-1, 2)
This past weekend Kazuki Saito [斎藤一貴] and Izuki Tomioka [富岡樹] battled in a Japanese Lightweight title eliminator, with the two men facing off for a chance to challenge for the Japanese title at the 2020 Champion Carnival.
July 29th 2018-EDION Arena Osaka, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Masayoshi Nakatani (16-0, 10) vs Izuki Tomioka (5-0-1, 1)
Earlier today fight fans at the EDION Arena Osaka saw an OPBF Lightweight title fight, as Masayoshi Nakatani [中谷正義] sought his 10th defense and took on Japanese Youth champion Izuki Tomioka [富岡樹].
February 9th 2017- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Izuki Tomioka (1-0) vs Joon Woo Park (4-6, 2)
This past week fight fans at the Korakuen Hall saw young hopeful Izuki Tomioka [富岡樹] take on Korean visitor Joon Woo Park.
December 14th 2016- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Izuki Tomioka (0-0) vs Tatsuki Shinozuka (0-0)
In many countries we see promising debutants "protected" and thrown in with a fighter that has known limitations. Every so often however Japanese fight fans get to watch a ann debutant B-grade bout, which sees two usually talented former amateurs face off in a 6 rounder to begin their careers. They don't happen but when they do happen they are worth making a note of. The recent of those came around a week ago and saw Izuki Tomioka [富岡 樹] battle Tatsuki Shinozuka [篠塚 辰樹], not only was this a debut bout between two B grade fighters but they were also both teenagers at the time!
Here we include some of the best, most interesting, most exciting or most eye catching videos from around the Asian boxing world.