By Hisao Adachi
Undefeated bantamweight champion of the World Boxing Organization (WBO) Tomoki "The Mexicanito" Kameda (31-0, 19KOs, 23 years), and his older brother and former world flyweight champion Daiki Kameda (29-4, 18KOs, 26 years), have left Japan and are now in Miami, Florida to start their preparations for planned ring returns in April. Both fighters, managed by Al Haymon, expect to see action on Haymon Boxing cards. Their older brother Koki Kameda (33-1, 18KOs, 28 years), also with Haymon, will soon join them.
According to the brothers, all three of them are going to see action on the same card "in April in United States, probably in Las Vegas, New York or Texas under the promotion of Al Haymon." Tomoki is expected to face WBA 'regular' bantamweight champion Jamie McDonnell in a unification on the card.
The trio hold a position with the Guinness Book of World records, as being the only set of three brothers to hold world titles simultaneously in August 2013.