By Miguel Rivera
Triple world champion Koki Kameda is preparing the second defense of his "regular" bantamweight world championship of the WBA. Koki, 24, and older brother of boxers Daiki and Tomoki, is training hard to strengthen his muscles, which will surely allow the Japanese boxer to shine even more in each contest.
"I'm training hard because my defense will take place soon," Koki said from Tokyo.
In his most recent bout, the former flyweight and junior flyweight champion of the World Boxing Association, beating Nicaraguan Daniel Diaz in eleven rounds in Osaka.
"To win, It is necessary to be 100% prepared," said the champion.
Koki Kameda, who has a professional record of 25 wins, 16 by KO, and only a dingle setback, said his fight will be announced very soon.