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Photo: Daiki Kameda is Ripped and Ready To Rumble

Former champion Daiki Kameda is preparing his second fight of the year with the goal of fighting for a second world crown in 2011. Daiki (20-2, 12 KOs), and his brothers Tomoki and Koki, are training in the Kameda Gym in Tokyo. He returns on July 8 against an opponent to be confirmed in the headline role, and Tomoki in the co-feature at the Fukuoka Kyuden Gym. The Kameda brothers are determined to make history not only in boxing Japanese, but worldwide, by try to become the first trio of brothers to win one or more recognized world titles.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by MonsieurGeorges on 06-03-2011

this is a really weird photo. how did they take this and then think it would be taken seriously? he looks like a hairless dog

Comment by cool-jupiter on 06-03-2011

Never thought Daiki, or any of his brothers, could be taken up as a photo article. He is widely and deeply considered a fraud here in this country. Just visit boxrec and what the records of those fighters who have…

Comment by Maidana vs Rios on 06-03-2011

he's got a massive noggin

Comment by JM1 on 06-02-2011

[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;10635937]Former champion Daiki Kameda is preparing his second fight of the year with the goal of fighting for a second world crown in 2011. Daiki (20-2, 12 KOs), and his brothers Tomoki and Koki, are training in the Kameda Gym…

Comment by Blubba on 06-02-2011

hahahahah my ass is more ripped than this retard lol

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