Deep Jewels 23 took place on 9 March at the Korakuen Hall in Tokyo.
In the main event Kanna Asakura got back to winning ways with a dominant performance over Deep Jewels atomweight champion Tomo Maesawa.
After a shock loss to Invicta veteran Ayaka Hamasaki at RIZIN 14, Asakura returned with a decisive unanimous victory to push her record to 14-3.
In the co-main event of the night Reina Miura swarmed on her opponent Mao Ueda to get a fast, first-round TKO. It was a strong start to the year for Miura after a year which saw her compete some five times.
9th Fight (Under 49.0kg: 5min x 3R/Elbow Attack allowed)
Kan’na Asakura (PARAESTRA Matsudo) VS Tomo Maesawa (Reversal Tachikawa ALPHA)
Asakura won by 3-0/Decision.
8th Fight (Under 68.0kg: 5min x 3R/Elbow Attack allowed)
King REINA (FIGHT CLUB 428) VS Mao Ueda (Free)
King REINA won by TKO at 1R 0’25”.
7th Fight (Fly Weight: 5min x 3R/Elbow Attack allowed)
Kana Watanabe (FIGHTER’s FLOW) VS Soo Min Kang (Apgujeong Gym/Road FC)
Watanabe won by TKO at 1R 4’33”.
6th Fight (Atom Weight: 5min x 3R/Elbow Attack allowed)
Emi Tomimatsu (PARAESTRA Matsudo) VS Hikaru Aono (STRIPLE Shin-Yurigaoka)
Tomimatsu won by Choke Sleeper at 2R 4’33”.
5th Fight (Under 55.0kg Weight: 5min x 2R)
Emi Sato (Mouri Dojo) VS AMP (TARNTONG GYM)
AMP won by TKO at 1R 0’34”.
4th Fight (Atom Weight: 5min x 2R)
Sachiko Fujimori (Brightness) VS Yukari Nabe (HMC JAPAN)
Nabe won by Choke Sleeper at 2R 2’42”.
3rd Fight (Under 55.0kg: 5min x 2R)
AMIBA (AACC) VS Aka-Ringo/Red Apple (free)
Aka-Ringo won by 3-0/Decision.
2nd Fight (Micro Weight: 5min x 2R)
Yasuko Tamada (AACC) VS Madeleiene (FIGHT TEAM Michiba)
Tamada won by 3-0/Decision.
1st Fight (Under 49.0kg:5min x 2R)
AI (KRAZY BEE) VS Sae Kokuho (Wajyutsu Keishu-kai Funabashi Dojo)
AI won by TKO at 1R 0’08”.
2nd Opening Fight (Micro Weight:5min x 2R)
Nisse (Sogo-Kakutogi Dojo Toh-shin) VS KOTORI (Kakuto KARATE Kenyu-Kai)
KOTORI won by 5-0/Decision.
1st Opening Fight (Under 49.0kg:5min x 2R)
Mikiko Shimizu (T-BLOOD) VS Shoko Fujita (REVERSAL Gym Shinjyuku Me,We)
Shimizu won by 3-0/Decision.