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Daiki, Tomoki Kameda Land on Koki's Card on 12/4

By Miguel Rivera

For the third time, all three of the fighting Kameda brothers will be on the same card. All three brothers will appear on a card on December 4 in Osaka, Japan. In the main event, the World Boxing Association (WBA) "regular" champion Koki Kameda will face Mexico's Hugo "Cautito" Ruiz. 

Daiki Kameda, who has a record of 25 wins, 16 by knockout and only three losses, will face James Mokoginta of Indonesia, who has a record of 24 wins, 12 by knockout, eight losses and a draw. Tomoki, the youngest of the three, will take on Filipino contender Rey Las Piñas.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by trazom_j on 11-20-2012

Japanese fans is really surprised. Because most fans didn't believe it that Koki Kameda fight against Hugo Ruiz. Kameda never does the fight without winning chances. This is a usual way of kameda. Japanese media call kameda "Naniwa-no-Token". "Naniwa-no-Token" denoted…

Comment by nycsmooth on 11-20-2012

Tomoki's the 1 I follow but the filipino's no contender @ 17-6...a stay busy bout till he heads bk 2 Mexico...

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