By Elisinio Castillo
WBO super flyweight world champion Omar Narvaez (41-1-2, 22KOs) of Argentina is very interested in a unification with IBF champ Daiki Kameda (29-4, 18KOs) of Japan.
Narvaez went three for three in 2013, winning a close twelve round split decision over Felipe Orucuta in May and then knocking out Hiroyuki in August and David Carmona in December.
Kameda was 3-1 last year. He stopped Faustino Cupul in March and then Aaron Bobadilla in June, and then won a twelve round unanimous decision over Rodrigo Guerrero in September to capture the vacant IBF title.
Last month, Kameda faced WBA champion Liborio Solis in a planned unification. Solis failed to make weight, and then won a split decision over Kameda. The WBA belt became vacant but Kameda retained his IBF title due to Solis' inability to make the super flyweight limit.
Last year, there was some loose talk of a unification between Narvaez and Solis but the fight never took place.Tags: Omar Narvaez , Daiki Kameda