Kameda-Ruiz Targeted For Los Mochis Clash in The Fall
By Isaac Guerra
Fernando Dominguez, manager for Hugo Ruiz (31-1, 28KOs), announced that his fighter will land a mandatory fight with WBA "regular" bantamweight champion Koki Kameda (28-1, 17KOs) on a date in October or November in Los Mochis, Mexico. Ruiz is the interim-champion under the WBA. The Governor of the State of Sinaloa, Mario López Valdez, and the mayor, Enciso Xochiua Zenén, are backing Ruiz-Kameda to take place in Los Mochis. Televisa will televise the event.
[QUOTE=cool-jupiter;12444354]Sounds like trazom_j is using some sh*t kind of online translator, but his posts here kinda make sense, at least to me. The Kameda Boxing brothers no longer have what it takes to draw people in Japan. They - We,…Comment by cool-jupiter on 08-22-2012
Sounds like trazom_j is using some sh*t kind of online translator, but his posts here kinda make sense, at least to me. The Kameda Boxing brothers no longer have what it takes to draw people in Japan. They - We,…Comment by trazom_j on 08-22-2012
It depends on release Teiken Promotions. Ryosuke Iwasa face to David De La Mora in Oct 27. This bout is under card of WBC SuperFeatherweight Championsip. Takahiro Aoh has confirmed his title defence against Gamaliel Diaz. Eita Kikuchi decision over…Comment by apocalypto on 08-21-2012
[QUOTE=Corelone;12442789]Ruiz is no joke and Koki is giving up too much advantage fighting in Mexico. Las Vegas could probably make as much money and more sense.[/QUOTE] Havent seen much of kameda but ruiz is the truth. Dude is tall and…Comment by trazom_j on 08-21-2012
American fans and reporters don't know the actual situation of Kameda. Kameda family is only despse and butt of ridicule for Japanese fans. Their event that spectators don't gather for all the time, Unavoidably, there is scatters a large quantity…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (11)