A flyweight fight has been added to the Deep 100 card. Yamato Fujita faces Jae Woong Byun in a bout that will have the interim 125lbs strap on the line.

Fujita (5-3) fought Tenshin Nasukawa twice during his kickboxing career. The 28 year old is coming off wins at Deep 93, Deep 94 and Deep 97.

Byun (2-1) was beaten by reigning bantamweight champion Yuki Motoya at Deep 92. His main claim to fame is a 2016 win over veteran submission specialist Masakazu Imanari.

Headlining this historic card is a lightweight bout between Satoka Kitaoka and Juri Ohara. The event is set for TDC Hall on February 21st and will serve as a celebration of the promotion’s 20th anniversary.

Featherweight champion Juntaro Ushiku will be back in action at Deep 100, facing Daisuke Nakamura in a non title fight. In the welterweight division Daichi Abe has been matched with Gota Yamashita in a bout that will have the interim belt on the line.

The event will take place in front of a limited live audience although restrictions could get tighter if the Covid-19 situation in Japan continues to deteriorate.

Deep 100, Tokyo, February 21st
Satoka Kitaoka vs. Juri Ohara (Lightweight)
Gota Yamashita vs. Daichi Abe (For interim welterweight belt)
Yamato Fujita vs. Jae Woong Byun (For interim flyweight title)
Yuki Motoya vs. Shoji Maruyama (Bantamweight)
Hideki Sekine vs. Seigo Mizuguchi (Openweight)
Shunsuke Miyabi vs. Hiroya (Bantamweight)
Kosuke Terashima vs. Shuhei Higashi (Bantamweight)
Shizuka Sugiyama vs. Aoi Kuriyama (Flyweight)
Juntaro Ushiku vs. Daisuke Nakamura (Featherweight)
Daiki Hata vs. Kouya Kanda (Featherweight)
Rikiya Matsuzawa vs. Sho Sekihara (Bantamweight)
Tomohiro Adaniya vs. Takashi Matsuba (Featherweight)
Yusuke Hatakeyama vs. Ayumu Yamamoto (Featherweight)
Taisei Nishitani vs. Yuto Inoue (Featherweight)
Tsuruya vs. Tatsuki Okano (Flyweight)