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 Last update:  8/28/2013       Read more by Hilmar Rojas         
Chemito Moreno vs. Koki Kameda Ordered By The WBA
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By Hilmar Rojas

World Boxing Association super champion at bantamweight, Panamanian Anselmo "Chemito" Moreno (34-2-1, 12KOs), and WBA "regular" champion Koki Kameda (31-1, 17KOs) of Japan, were summoned to negotiate a mandatory fight for the absolute championship of the division. The order was issued by the World Championships Committee, Gilberto Jesus Mendoza. Both parties have a period of 30 days to negotiate starting today, August 28, and ending on September 27. The formal communication for both teams specify all regulations, also makes clear in case they do not reach an agreement the fight will be open to Purse Bid. 

Tags: Anselmo Moreno , Koki Kameda


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comment by cool-jupiter, on 08-29-2013
I doubt Koki will face Moreno. He might vacate and go down to 115 lbs.

comment by Humean, on 08-29-2013
[QUOTE=hougigo]Yea i get what you're saying and I agree, there are robberies everywhere from time to time US, UK, Japan, Germany, ETC. Still though... when you get warned by the ref for hitting your opponent in the face.... [/QUOTE] Yes bad decisions occur everywhere, unfortunately there is a ...

comment by Hougigo, on 08-29-2013
[QUOTE=Black Barty]When did I say it does? And to be fair, Geale won his belts in Germany, and a Japanese guy recently won a jr. flyweight belt in Thailand against a Thai fighter. Crazy, since they do nothing but rob people there :) There are bad decisions and fair ones in every country. I ...

comment by Black Barty, on 08-29-2013
[QUOTE=hougigo]Yea... Kameda's way... because him and his family run deep in Japan. Does that extend to all Japanese people? I wonder how Diaz was able to win that belt in Japan.... crazy since they do nothing but rob people there.[/QUOTE] When did I say it does? And to be fair, Geale won...

comment by Hougigo, on 08-29-2013
[QUOTE=Black Barty]As if you don't know about all the questionable decisions that went Kameda's way. It' approaching Sturm levels. Speaking of which, lately, officiating in Germany hasn't been as bad as it used to be. I was positively shocked that Geale got the decision against Sylvester and S...

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