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Comments Thread For: Koki Kameda Earns Close Nod Over Kaiyanghadaogym
By Jake Donovan - Koki Kameda made the sixth successful defense of his bantamweight belt with a split decision win over Panomroonglek Kaiyanghadaogym, Sunday evening in Osaka, Japan.
Scores were 115-113 and 115-114 Kameda, and 116-113 for Kaiyanghadaogym. [Click Here To Read More]
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Boxers need to boycott fighting Kameda in Japan. You can knock Koki out and still end up losing by split decision. Any fighter that chooses to fight Koki in his backyard is a fool.
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Japanese fans sick of Kameda.
Because the fixed judgment that is repeated.
This judgment that is terrible like a Hugo Ruiz bout.
The majority of fans support the victory of the challenger.
Probably the right judgment is 117-111 or 118-110.
The last-minute tolerance level is 116-112.
But this is a usual scene. We have been already tired of seeing it badly.
We don't have even willpower to get angry at anymore.
Japanese fans celebrates second consecutive "Robbery Of The Year".
Korean judge Michael Lee (and supervisor Alan Kim) is certainly bribed by Kameda.
vs. Panomroonglek 114-115 Koki
vs. Hugo Ruiz (supervisor : Kim) 113-116 Koki
vs. Manakane (supervisor : Kim) 110-118 Koki
Koki vs. Hugo Ruiz, Koki vs. Manakane, Koki vs. De La Mora, Koki vs. Alexander Munoz, Daiki vs. Silvio Olteanu, Daiki vs. Takefumi Sakata, and Daiki vs. Denkaosan.